Drew Brees Probably Isn't Going To Leave The Saints Or Holdout Of The 2012 Season, ESPN Sort Of Reports

If you're a Falcons fan commuting while reading this, don't drive off the road - if reading the Internet while driving hasn't pressed you to do so already. Yeah, we think those warnings are a little preachy, too. But don't worry, this kind of "reporting" is just as socially responsible:

WHA? As you can imagine, "Mort" has spent every moment since the above Tweet refuting the idea that Drew Brees is a lock to not re-up this week with the New Orleans Saints and then also leave or refuse to show for the 2012 season. But hey, dream a little dream!

Didn't YOU just report that, Mort? So... That's just a "possible scenario?" We like this newfound format of reporting potential dystopian futures for free agents. Very comic book-ish. It's certainly more creative than the usual "Sources" scoop-stealing.

Oh, OK. Thanks.

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So this is all petty conjecture until the Monday deadline, and we - Saints fans and rivals alike - are still supposed to believe he won't be back in 2012, that there's some contingency plan featuring Chase Daniel? Gotcha.

For more on the Atlanta Falcons, check out The Falcoholic. New Orleans Saints news is available at Canal Street Chronicles, and all your NFL talk is over at SB Nation's NFL page.

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