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Drew Brees reveals he’s going to work for NBC Sports

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As he retires from the NFL after 20 seasons, New Orleans Saints quarterback tells TODAY’s Hoda Kotb that his next chapter will be with NBC Sports as an analyst. “I’m going to be working for NBC,” he reveals. “I’m excited about that journey.”