There was plenty of conversation in recent weeks that New Orleans center Alexis Ajinca had gotten himself into excellent shape and
It's hard to believe, but the last time New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees stepped inside Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego to participate in an NFL football game, he had a lightning bolt on his helmet and was buried under a pile, his throwing shoulder in tatters and his career hanging in the balance. Brees, the Chargers' starting quarterback and one-time Pro Bowler, was sacked by Denver Broncos safety John Lynch and sustained a torn right labrum, which made it much easier and even logical for the Chargers to officially usher in the Philip Rivers era.
Drew Brees doesn't appear angry about the fact that his NFL-leading production has been wasted by the New Orleans Saints' 0-3 start. ''I've always been a big believer in, if you focus on the process, the result takes care of itself,'' Brees said after practice Wednesday. New Orleans lost its first two games by four points combined.