Former New Orleans Saints quarterback (and Vikings Nemesis) Drew Bryce and NBC severed ties over the weekend after a year-long relationship.
After the 2020 season, Bryce retired from the NFL and chose NFL Analyst as his next career path. For now, that life-after-football plan is stuck.
According to NBC News, Bryce tweeted his immediate thoughts, offering a litany of things he could do – most of which were jokes.
Even with the Picklebable Tour on Twitter, people were confused by the line, “I can play football again.” This sentence led to a mini-flurry of speculation that Bryce would actually play football in 2022.
In fact, the entity likes Pro football focus Even Monday morning ran with the idea of retirement.
Bris is 43 years old. He’s not coming back to the NFL as a player in power. This should be self-evident. In his final season, Bryce was skilled, tabulating 24 passing touchdowns in just six interceptions. But the drop-off in his otherwise extraordinary skill was obvious. The Saints also had a decent year, reaching the post-season before being expelled by the final Super Bowl champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Bryce’s tweet is Tomfulari – almost a subtle troll act that happens frequently on Twitter. The Pickleball References are a must have, for any Affiliate, promoting any program.
To others, including the current head coach of the Saints, the fraud was obvious.
Bryce won a Super Bowl with New Orleans in 2009 but never reached the championship again. On his way to victory, the Saints knocked out the Vikings in a Topsy-Torvy, scandal-ridden NFC Championship game 13 years ago.
After that, Minnesota pushed it forward, ending Bryce’s quest for a Super Bowl sequel prematurely, as the Vikings dropped the Saints from the playoffs in 2017 and 2019.
The Vikings and Saints will play QB1 James Winston in London this October, possibly the New Orleans starter.
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