Drew Brees Has A New Extreme Sports Hobby In His Retirement

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It was on the anniversary of signing with the New Orleans Saints that Drew Brees decided to retire. Now, in his retirement, he has taken up some new hobbies. One of which is an extreme sport you may have never heard of. Finding new hobbies is the epitome of retirement, however, Drew Brees has taken things to a whole new level. While being a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Brees enthusiastically spoke about EFoiling. I will leave it to Drew Brees to explain to you exactly what that is.


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Drew Brees went into detail with Ellen about what exactly EFoiling is.

“EFoiling is basically — so people have probably heard of a foil; it’s basically a surfboard that has like a mast and a fin structure that drops below it. It allows you to ride on really bigger swells. You don’t necessarily have to catch waves, you can just ride big swells out in the middle of the ocean,” Brees explained of the water sport. “Then they decided, ‘Wouldn’t it be cool if we added a motor on here and a battery!’ “

It sounds like quite the ride. It is something he was absolutely not allowed to do in his tenure as a quarterback. We all knew that Brees was one of the toughest quarterbacks to play the game, but who would have expected him to enjoy water sports so much.

Brees seems to be adjusting to the retired life just fine. He said that the best part about it is getting to spend more time with his friends and family. However, between his family, EFoiling, and his new job at NBC Sports, the future Hall of Famer seems to be quite busy during his retirement.


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