UPDATE: Drew Brees with broken ribs on both sides of his chest and collapsed lung, Saints preparing for him to miss time - Canal Street Chronicles
Following the Saints’ win in week 10, Drew Brees’ rib injury has proven to be multiple broken ribs and a collapsed lung, meaning that Drew Brees is expected to miss significant time, though no official timetable for his return has been announced.
Despite the team’s win, the Saints tie with the Green Bay Packers for the top spot in the NFC, but Green Bay’s victory over New Orleans puts Green Bay at the top of the NFC standings.
Despite a lack of a timetable for Drew Brees’ return, the team is reportedly expecting him to miss week 11’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.
A breakdown of Jameis Winston’s 2019 season and how he could be incorporated into the Saints’ offense.
When asked about Jameis Winston’s performance, Alvin Kamara said, “Sean Payton called a play, and then Jameis told us the play.”
Demario Davis announced that his one year old daughter is cancer-free after being diagnosed with a “rare eye cancer,” called retinoblastoma.
Marquez Callaway has proven himself to be very useful on special teams, recovering two muffed punts by the 49ers, making himself only the seventh player in Saints history to “recover two fumbles in one game.”
More from @WerderEdESPN: Drew Brees is suffering from three fractured ribs on his left side and two on the right, possibly more. Doctors have cautioned Brees to be especially careful with the damage to his lung. https://t.co/6Ps1pPOfek— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 16, 2020
With Teddy Bridgewater's status in question, the #Panthers signed rookie Tommy Stevens to the practice squad and are listing him as a QB. Stevens was the #Saints' seventh-round pick and spent time on their p-squad as a tight end.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) November 16, 2020