Bradley Warshauer
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September 26, 2011
Drew Brees hands Steve Gleason, who yesterday announced he is fighting ALS, a game ball after the Saints defeated Houston in New Orleans.  “We’ve had a  lot of emotions in the last 24 hours, going back to last night. A lot of  this, with us wearing throwbacks, the fifth-year anniversary (of the  re-opening of the Superdome), Steve Gleason’s blocked punt – which might  be the most significant play in the history of this organization. All  those who have had a chance to be around him and know him, he makes you a  better person. This was special, but none moreso than for Steve  Gleason,” - Drew Brees

Drew Brees hands Steve Gleason, who yesterday announced he is fighting ALS, a game ball after the Saints defeated Houston in New Orleans.

“We’ve had a lot of emotions in the last 24 hours, going back to last night. A lot of this, with us wearing throwbacks, the fifth-year anniversary (of the re-opening of the Superdome), Steve Gleason’s blocked punt – which might be the most significant play in the history of this organization. All those who have had a chance to be around him and know him, he makes you a better person. This was special, but none moreso than for Steve Gleason,” - Drew Brees

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