Error message

Deprecated function: The each() function is deprecated. This message will be suppressed on further calls in _menu_load_objects() (line 579 of /usr/share/drupal7/includes/

Drew Brees

Short bio: 

Drew Christopher Brees was born January 15, 1979 in Austin, TX. Brees played flag football in middle school and in high school he was a varsity letterman in baseball, basketball and football. Brees only began to concentrate on football when he became starting quarterback as an injury replacement. Brees had hoped follow his father and uncle's footsteps and play for the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies but was not heavily recruited despite his stellar record in High School. Instead, he only received offers from Purdue and Kentucky, ultimately choosing Purdue. He left college as one of the most-decorated players in Purdue and Big Ten history, with 2 NCAA records, 13 Big Ten Conference records and 19 Purdue University records. He remains the Big Ten Conference record-holder in virtually every passing category, including completions yards and touchdowns.

After a prolific college football career at Purdue University, he was chosen by the San Diego Chargers with the first pick in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He became starting quarterback in 2002 and making the Pro Bowl in 2004. After injuring his shoulder at the end of the 2005 season, Brees signed with the New Orleans Saints, where he met immediate success, earning seven trips to the Pro Bowl and leading the Saints to their first Super Bowl. Since joining the Saints in 2006, he has led all NFL quarterbacks in touchdowns, passing yards and 300-yard games. He was the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year in 2004, the Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 and 2011, and the MVP of Super Bowl XLIV. Sports Illustrated named Brees its 2010 Sportsman of the Year.

Brees married Brittany Dudchenko in February 2003. They met and dated while attending Purdue University. They have three sons.


Super Bowl Champion (XLIV)

NFC Champion (2009)


New Orleans Saints
5800 Airline Drive
Metairie, LA 70003


Sherri Smith's picture
Submitted by Sherri Smith (not verified) on

I know you must get many letters just like this one that's asking for help with charity events for someone with a terminal illness. I am seeking a signed football for just an event. Our event is a glow in the dark golf tournament that is being held in honor of Christi Honea from Liberty Mississippi and Drew Breed and the New Orleans Saints is " HER TEAM " she deeply enjoys watching and supporting the Saints. I was hoping for a signed football we could raffle off to benefit her financially during this difficult time she and her family is going through. Christi is 45 years ole and has a husband and two young children -- one 5 and one 3. She has already gone through so much trying to beat this disease but she struggles with new challenges every day. She has been through a double mastectomy along with Radiation, Chemotherapy and now receiving live virus injections to help her fight for life. One of her concerns is her families financial burden of being able to bury her upon her death for she doesn't even have a life insurance policy. I could go on and on about her situation and like many others I know these stories frequent your desk. I hope and pray that you will take a few minutes from your day and offer her a signed football so that we might use it to help her and her family's financial situation. If you need any further assurance or verification that this is exactly where this item would be used for I will be glad to send you any verifying information you would need. I hope you find it in your heart to support her cause. Please feel free to contact me for any further information you should need. Please contact me via email for addresses or phone numbers.

Thank you in Advance
S. Smith

Sherri Smith's picture
Submitted by Sherri Smith (not verified) on

I'm sorry about the typos but she is 35 and sorry about auto correct Mis-spelling Mr Bree's name

Hugh Cyboran's picture
Submitted by Hugh Cyboran (not verified) on

You are my favorite quarter back, and you are on the saints (my favorite team)!!!

Steven Forsberg's picture
Submitted by Steven Forsberg (not verified) on


I am an American living in Singapore. I attended a charity golf event a few years back in Houston sponsored by The United Way. They had an auction to raise money and i bought an autographed football by Drew. Problem i have now is the ink has faded. I wanted to DHL the ball for a new signature and pay the return as well. Whats the chances of that.
Steven Forsberg

Dale Gross's picture
Submitted by Dale Gross (not verified) on

Hey!!!!! This is Dale Gross from CRAVE at Sweetwater First Assembly in Sweetwater, Tennessee. We are in a competition right now called Tribe Wars!!!! Our youth group is split up into three separate tribes: red, orange, and green. I am apart of the Green! Tonight is the finale! And my youth pastor, Drew, is a huge Saints fan!! If you could, could you please send him a video telling him about the impact we could have on society and it with "Go Green Tribe"! We would love it if you could send us something!!! If you can please email me at "". We would appreciate the help and good luck this coming season!!!!!!

Greg Boyle's picture
Submitted by Greg Boyle (not verified) on

Well said Drew - the national anthem IS a unifying moment. You are commended for putting your country first - above politics.

Keith's picture
Submitted by Keith (not verified) on

Appreciate the bravery of Drew in supporting the respect of anthem and flag. Too many spineless leaders in this country. Think of all the WW2 vets that volunteered to go stop Adolph Hitler. If we had let Hitler have his way, most of these protesters would have never been born. I'm sick of these liberals.

Patrick Quebodeaux 's picture
Submitted by Patrick Quebodeaux (not verified) on

I’m a 63 y/o W/M and live in the Lake Charles area. I’m a Registered Nurse and my wife is an elementary school principal. Me and the family are all Saints fans and have been for a long time. We just watched the playoff game with Minnesota. I would like to say to you Drew Brees that it’s okay. You are truly a Saint and I respect and admire your dedication to football. A lot of players have come and gone but you have stayed true. I just wanna say to keep going as long as you can. You look great out there. You make my Sunday football a great day.

John 's picture
Submitted by John (not verified) on

Drew don't want to swell your head or anything told the wife soon as saints got ya they would win the trophy I hope to see you play my granddaughter is 2 half when I watch the games she does also out of all me and sons football cards deuce is the only one she picks out and does theduuuce it's awesome to see her stop bounceing off the walls and watch the game well got to go French toast calling have great year love how you play and respect a great game

robbie steele's picture
Submitted by robbie steele (not verified) on

i would like to meet you i am really am a big fan of the shaints and you

Loary Coates's picture
Submitted by Loary Coates (not verified) on

Dear Mr, Brees,
My daughter Katrina was born in New Orleans in 1968. Her and I loved our New Orleans Saints. No matter where life took us we routed for our team. One of our life long dreams was to meet you in person. Mr. Brees, Katrina passed away in 2014 and was never able to realize her dream. She was the third of three daughters my husband and I have lost. My husband and I will be married 50 years on March 2. My husband as well as Katrina's brother have served in the military. My husband spent two tours in Vietnam and her brother just came back from the Middle East. Her brother Charles and I will be at the game in Tampa on December 9th. I look forward to seeing you play. I watch every game I can even though I can't be at every game because we now live in Bradenton, FL.

Recent comments


How old are you?