Discussing the Saints’ plans at QB after Drew Brees’ retirement | Get Up

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Adam Schefter joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss how the New Orleans Saints should move forward at the QB position following Drew Brees’ retirement. Dan Orlovsky, Domonique Foxworth and Dan Graziano weigh in on what made Brees such a dominant player on the field.

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0:00 Adam Schefter weighs in on the Saints’ QB situation.

1:49 Mike Greenberg shares Tom Brady’s note to Drew Brees on Twitter.

2:15 Dan Orlovsky shares what made Brees such a great player on the field.

2:50 Orlovsky says Brees has a seat at the table to be one of the greatest quarterbacks.

3:25 Domonique Foxworth shares what made Brees such a great player on the field.

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