teto85: [thebeatofsports.com image 660x320]Go for it, kid.
teto85: Go for it, kid.
thecpt: Let's be honest, breesus probably can do that
balfourk: He'll get cut from NOLA before that happens.
182: Favre could have did it....Brees could do it.
Adolf Oliver Nipples: The limiting factor is the number of hits and the damage done, and Breesus doesn't take all that many hits. It's not like he's Ben Roethlisberger getting teed up and crushed 15 times a game. As long as he can run and throw I don't see why he couldn't play that long.
Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: At that age the main issue becomes slow recovery from injury. You just don't heal nearly as fast past 40 as you do before you're 30.
Daedalus27: No he can't. It is easy enough to say when you are younger, but at some point the body starts to break down. He has already recovered from one major injury in his career which doesn't bode well for the future. Until he is 40, I could see that baring injury, beyond that and too many thinks happen in terms of ability, mobility, and salary unless he is willing to be a backup or practice squad type player. It would be much better for him to transfer to the media or coaching role before his body breaks down and he can do so on his terms with dignity instead of being thrown to the curb.
robsul82: [kwout.com image 451x275]
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