Drew Brees and his children had a great time on Sunday in Baton Rouge as the future Hall of Fame quarterback took to Alex Box Stadium to throw the first pitch of the LSU Tigers baseball game.
Before the game against the Georgia Bulldogs, the retired QB took to LSU’s huddle to deliver one of his famous speeches that we saw every Sunday before New Orleans Saints games.
That wasn’t even the best part.
Brees also ran into someone he had never met before, but certainly looked familiar.
Arizona Wildcats transfer-turned-LSU star switch hitter Jacob Berry has been hearing how much he looks like Brees, and he finally got a chance to meet the man.
The results are frightening that these two are not related at all.
After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, Drew Brees walked away from the NFL.
He led the Saints to victory in Super Bowl XLIV and was named the game’s MVP. In his career, Brees was selected to 13 Pro Bowls, won two Offensive Player of the Year awards, is the NFL’s all-time leader with 80,358 career passing yards, ranks second all-time with 571 career passing touchdowns.