Video: Drew Brees reveals what it was like to kill that crocodile with his bare hands

You don’t care about diagnosing a Cover 2, and neither do I, so when I spoke to New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees earlier this week, I asked for some real insight.

It was Drew’s 21st interview of the morning, but we got him to light up like a Christmas tree once he told us all about Exertional Heat Stroke (EHS) and why he’s working with The Heat Factor to raise awareness as we enter summer.

Drew isn’t just some football-throwing robot that runs on a typical gas/oxygen mixture; he’s a man with experiences and cool stories, just like you.

In the following video, Drew talks about killing a crocodile with a knife while hanging with Bear Grylls, how far he can throw a ball left-handed, and what it was like chatting with Dan Patrick in the time slot before us.

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5 steps you need to take before investing in registration plates

Customized plates are popular all over the world. In the US, we have vanity plates, but overseas in the UK, you can invest in registration plates.

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Seeing is Believing: The Real Benefits of Live Casino Dealer Games

One of the most significant developments in gaming technology in recent years has been live dealer games. Improved broadband connections, software and camera hardware have all combined to make live dealer gaming one of the key growth areas for online gambling, with players from around the world regularly checking in with live dealers to play their favorite table games.

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Blu Tuesday: Logan and More

Every Tuesday, I review the newest Blu-ray releases and let you know whether they’re worth buying, renting or skipping, along with a breakdown of the included extras. If you see something you like, click on the cover art to purchase the Blu-ray from Amazon, and be sure to share each week’s column on social media with your friends.

“Logan”

Despite being the most popular character in the X-Men franchise, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine hasn’t had much luck when it comes to his solo outings. Though director James Mangold made half of a good film with “The Wolverine,” his second bite of the apple is a much-improved genre flick that finally gives the character his due. “Logan” may be a slower, more character-driven comic book movie, but it’s incredibly gritty and violent as well, easily earning its R rating with a handful of claw-slicing action sequences peppered throughout. While “Logan” certainly isn’t without its flaws (from the underwhelming villains to the overlong runtime), there’s enough great stuff here, including strong performances from Jackman and Patrick Stewart, to succeed both as a refreshing deviation from the typical superhero formula and a fitting end to Jackman’s remarkable 17-year run as Wolverine.

Extras include an audio commentary by director/co-writer James Mangold, a six-part making-of featurette, deleted scenes and a black-and-white version of the film titled “Logan: Noir.” FINAL VERDICT: RENT

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Enhancing Your Online Gaming Experience

Gaming is a lifestyle. To be able to see the best results from your gaming experience, you want to make sure that you are going about the task in the right way. A lot of the enjoyment comes down to the game itself. If you are a casual gamer, then you might be very selective about what games you choose. Many people who game pay close attention to leaders of the industry like Bobby Kotick in order to get a feel for which games are going to prove the most enticing down the line.

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