I am fine. Not sure where the car accident story came from. It is not true. I appreciate everyone’s concern but I am ALL GOOD!— Drew Brees (@drewbrees) June 21, 2013
Football camp Joe Brown Park http://t.co/MCPipZoH5z— Joseph Morgan (@jmthegreat) June 22, 2013
Pete Maravich was born on this date in 1947. He averaged 44.2 PPG in a 3-year career playing for LSU, 24.2 PPG in 10 seasons in NBA— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 22, 2013
Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) June 22, 2013
Happy Birthday to @Awporter19 hope you have a good one.— Corey White (@CoreyWhiteJr3) June 22, 2013
Day2 of @MartezWilson95 camp is today. Bring out the high school kids in Chicago. I heard its some ballas out here.— Corey White (@CoreyWhiteJr3) June 22, 2013
Joe Brown Park http://t.co/NyzUH081BG— Joseph Morgan (@jmthegreat) June 22, 2013
This week's edition ... Gregg Williams changes addresses but not attitude: Jeff Duncan's Weekly Reader http://t.co/0St2mXejMp— Jeff Duncan (@JeffDuncan_) June 22, 2013
This is Hard thing is I b fighting my #Pride— NuLa C.E.O. (@JuniorG93) June 22, 2013
Had a great time at Joe Brown Park in New Orleans East. Looking forward to working with Councilman Gray rebuilding and empowering the area— Joseph Morgan (@jmthegreat) June 22, 2013
Just finished that Saturday morning grind!!! #NoDaysOff— Mark Ingram (@MarkIngram22) June 22, 2013
I think when people say "you sleep" is so funny. I'm on it— Corey White (@CoreyWhiteJr3) June 22, 2013
New Orleans Saints (@Saints) June 22, 2013
Brees calms fans' fears, shoots down fake news post about his health | wwltv.com
Don't worry, Saints fans. Quarterback Drew Brees did not have both legs broken in a car accident.
Video: Is New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees truly not a top 10 player? | NFL.com
Daniel Jeremiah and Darren Sharper discuss New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees ranking at No. 11 on NFL Network's "Top 100 Players of 2013" list.
Eight in the box: Secondary status check - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Matt Williamson - How does each NFC South team look in the secondary, and what still needs to be done?
Goodell watching developments with Aaron Hernandez case | The Advocate
Barry Wilner - AP - Roger Goodell is doing what any commissioner or president of a sports league would when one of his players is being investigated in a criminal case.