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Brees Reaches Elite Status

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As he sat in full uniform late Sunday night, barely a mark on it by the way, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees talked about what winning the Super Bowl means to his teammates, his city, the region and anyone else he could mention.

"We played for so much more than just ourselves," Brees said. "We played for the entire Gulf Coast region. We played for the entire 'Who Dat' Nation."

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