Saints’ Drew Brees becomes third member of 70K club

The duo is now a trio.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees reached a new milestone on Sunday, joining Brett Favre and Peyton Manning as the only quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 70,000 passing yards.

Brees entered Sunday’s game against the Falcons needing just 39 yards to reach 70K. The 17-year veteran eclipsed the mark with a 12-yard screen pass to Mark Ingram late in the first quarter.

Well on his way to a 12th straight 4,000-yard passing season, Brees is less than 2,000 yards behind Manning (71,940) for the most passing yards in league history, a record he could own midway through the 2018 season.

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The reaction prompted a response from teammate and fellow wideout Mike Wallace, who defended Perriman after the game.

“That (stuff) is disrespectful,” Wallace told The Baltimore Sun. “I don’t agree with that. I would have flipped them the bird — everybody — if that was me. I’m happy he’s not like me. I would have turned around and flipped the bird to the whole stadium. That’s just me. I don’t care who likes it or how they feel. That’s disrespectful. They’re acting like he’s trying to have bad games.”

Perriman, however, was unaware he was being scrutinized.

“I didn’t know what the cheers were for,” Perriman said. “I didn’t know if they were good or bad. So I can’t be mad.”

Perriman, 24, has dealt with numerous injuries and failed to live up to his expectations since being selected by the Ravens with the No. 26 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. The UCF product has 10 catches for 44 yards with no touchdowns in 11 games played this season.

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