Drew Brees could have played his final match for its New Orleans Saints.

When the Saints’ 30-20 loss to Tom Brady along with also the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Divisional Round of the NFC playoffs would be the final time Brees straps cleats, he’d retire as the one time leader in passing yards with 80,358 and moment at all-time death touchdowns with 571.

Brees, who signed a contract with NBC until the onset of this 2020 NFL year, might soon join Al Michaels from the broadcasting booth and also have a job as a colour commentator covering the league that he played for 20 seasons.

Michaels made an appearance on”The Rich Eisen Show” on Monday afternoon, also outlined the livelihood of one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history.

“With Brees, you examine not just the figures, but the grade of the person,” Michaels told Eisen. “It is one of the fantastic stories I have seen from the National Football League, ever.”

Michaels spoke about Brees throughout his period with the San Diego Chargers, and also just how challenging it was to conquer having an undersized quarterback. He also touched on Brees’ free service visit together with the Miami Dolphins — a group reluctant on registering Brees because of a shoulder injury.

“You’ve Katrina along with it and the city becomes a wreck,” Michaels said. “It seemed like one stage that the league will need to go the franchise out from there, plus they do not. They spend the entire year playing in San Antonio and Baton Rouge since the town got reconstructed.”

Michaels added:”If you take a look at the entire body of his profession, his job, it is astonishing.