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Brees boys steal spotlight at Pro Bowl with sideline fight

Drew Brees poses with sons Baylen, Bowen, and Callen pregame.  Michael Thomas photobombed the shot. Source: New Orleans Saints Drew Brees poses with sons Baylen, Bowen, and Callen pregame. Michael Thomas photobombed the shot. Source: New Orleans Saints
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The Pro Bowl usually lacks flash and sizzle with tackling at a premium. So Drew Brees' sons decided to drop the hardest hits on the sideline during an ESPN interview.

While oldest Baylen got interviewed, Bowen and Callen went all out tackling and fighting on national television. Callen accidentally went onto the field, which made Dad not too happy.

Brees went 7-of-9 passing for 66 yards and a touchdown. This was his tenth Pro Bowl selection.

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