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Saints News, 1/6/16: Drew Brees Doesn’t Need Foot Surgery

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From Mike Triplett: Drew Brees flew to Charlotte, North Carolina, to have his foot injury evaluated by Dr. Robert Anderson, a source close to Brees told ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder. Anderson recommended the Peyton Manning plan of 4-6 weeks of rest for the New Orleans Saints quarterback before easing into football and training activity. Brees will not need surgery for the foot -- or for the shoulder injury he suffered earlier in the season.

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