Saints QB Drew Brees’ disguise for ‘Undercover Boss’ revealed
Outside of playing for the New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees has plenty of interests besides football. The future Hall-of-Fame quarterback’s disguise for a future episode of ‘Undercover Boss’ was revealed on Thursday night.
Drew Brees undercover is uh. Something. pic.twitter.com/4tbxaTSg9t
— John Hendrix (@JohnJHendrix) December 13, 2019
In the episode, Brees will partake in being a dishwasher for Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux. The Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux is a Louisiana-based sports bar that Brees bought a share of back in 2015.
As you can see, Brees’ disguise has him sporting a full beard on his face and hair that resembles that of Jason Momoa. The longtime Saints’ quarterback hasn’t had that much hair in his entire life.
Alongside the longtime Saints’ quarterback, the co-founder of the sports bar, Brandon Landry, will also go undercover in the episode. The episode is scheduled to air on Jan. 8th at 8 pm EST.
While many are anxious to see the veteran signal-caller outside of a uniform on TV, this isn’t the first time he’s been involved with a show. Going back to 2016, Brees was featured on an episode of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls.”
Throughout the episode with Bear Grylls, Brees showcased his ability to survive in the wilderness. Above all, the Saints’ quarterback actually killed an alligator. After all, when you live in Louisiana, you’re bound to have a run-in with an alligator or other reptiles.
At 40-years-old, Brees is beginning to near the end of his playing career in the NFL. It will be interesting to see how Brees handles himself scrubbing dishes rather than throwing a football to Michael Thomas.