Player Profile
Drew Brees (NOS)
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Player Overview

No specific receiving option looks nearly as important as the dependable production that Brees has offered fantasy owners through the years and the changing supporting cast. He’ll find plenty of varied young -- and in its prime -- talent around him in 2016, while the lower numbers of the past 2 seasons have also lowered Brees’ draft-day price tag. You’ll be able to get him as the 6th QB off the board, on average, and likely into Round 7 or 8.

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2005 NFL Shoulder Drew Brees had a fumble and a defensive lineman landed on his right shoulder tearing his labrum. He underwent surgery.