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BSO Interview: Heath Evans Believes Drew Brees is the Best Quarterback of his Generation

by Patrick Sicher | Posted on Saturday, December 31st, 2011

NFL Network Analyst and 10 Year NFL veteran Heath Evans was nice enough to take some time from his busy schedule to talk to BSO about how fans can win an all expense paid trip to the BCS Championship Game on January 9th by supporting his foundation that is dedicated to helping victims of childhood sexual abuse.

The former fullback talks about Alabama’s Nick Saban, who cut him when he was playing for the Dolphins. His personal revenge game a few weeks later after joining the Patriots and his thoughts on the the NFL Playoffs.

He also talks about former teammate Drew Brees’ record breaking season and the Dolphins decision to pass on him to take Daunte Culpepper instead and where he ranks Brees among his generation of quarterbacks including Peyton Manning and another former teammate Tom Brady.

Give it a listen, he has a unique perspective having played with some great players and been a part of two Super Bowl teams and his work for a great cause.

Be sure to visit Heath Evans Foundation for more information.

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