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Is he joking? Drew Brees on social media, “I may play football again.”

Following a report on Sunday from the New York Post saying Drew Brees and NBC sports would be mutually parting ways after one season, Brees fired back on social media Sunday night.In a post on Twitter, Brees wrote: “Despite speculation from media about my future this fall, I’m currently undecided. I may work for NBC, I may play football again, I may focus on business and philanthropy, I may train for the pickleball tour, senior golf tour, coach my kids or all of the above. I’ll let you know.”Even New Orleans Saints Head Coach Dennis Allen weighed in on the social media firestorm Brees’ tweet started.”I thought, ‘That’s interesting, that will bring up some questions tomorrow at the golf tournament,'” Allen said about Brees’ tweet. “We certainly haven’t had any conversations in that regard.” Allen said he won’t live in any hypothetical worlds in regards to whether or not Brees will play again. While the tweet was obviously sent in jest, the “I may play football again” line sparked interest on social media since Tom Brady recently called off his retirement and returned to the NFL to play another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The New York Post report on Sunday says the future Hall of Fame quarterback has mutually parted ways with the network following just one season. In 2021, Brees helped call Notre Dame football games and also served as a studio host for the network’s NFL show, “Football Night in America.”The New York Post reports, “while Brees is done with NBC, there is still a possibility he could end up in an NFL booth next year as Fox still has to fill its top game analyst positions for this year as Tom Brady won’t start until after he finishes playing.”According to a report from Andrew Marchand, a sports media columnist, Brees chose NBC Sports over ESPN.The plan was for Brees to eventually join the “Sunday Night Football” team, potentially becoming a replacement for Cris Collinsworth, according to Marchand.

Following a report on Sunday from the New York Post saying Drew Brees and NBC sports would be mutually parting ways after one season, Brees fired back on social media Sunday night.

In a post on Twitter, Brees wrote:

“Despite speculation from media about my future this fall, I’m currently undecided. I may work for NBC, I may play football again, I may focus on business and philanthropy, I may train for the pickleball tour, senior golf tour, coach my kids or all of the above. I’ll let you know.”

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Even New Orleans Saints Head Coach Dennis Allen weighed in on the social media firestorm Brees’ tweet started.

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“I thought, ‘That’s interesting, that will bring up some questions tomorrow at the golf tournament,'” Allen said about Brees’ tweet. “We certainly haven’t had any conversations in that regard.”

Allen said he won’t live in any hypothetical worlds in regards to whether or not Brees will play again.

While the tweet was obviously sent in jest, the “I may play football again” line sparked interest on social media since Tom Brady recently called off his retirement and returned to the NFL to play another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The New York Post report on Sunday says the future Hall of Fame quarterback has mutually parted ways with the network following just one season.

In 2021, Brees helped call Notre Dame football games and also served as a studio host for the network’s NFL show, “Football Night in America.”

The New York Post reports, “while Brees is done with NBC, there is still a possibility he could end up in an NFL booth next year as Fox still has to fill its top game analyst positions for this year as Tom Brady won’t start until after he finishes playing.”

According to a report from Andrew Marchand, a sports media columnist, Brees chose NBC Sports over ESPN.

The plan was for Brees to eventually join the “Sunday Night Football” team, potentially becoming a replacement for Cris Collinsworth, according to Marchand.