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There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that no one wanted to be at today’s Pro Bowl game… except maybe Drew Brees’ three sons Baylen, Bowen, and Callen. The Brees trio were tasked with being the NFC team’s ball boys, but they ended up providing all the action with nonstop fighting on the sidelines:
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Twitter obviously loved the activity from the Brees boys, but I can’t help but be horrified at the thought of trying to handle that madness. Poor Drew couldn’t even harness them long enough for an interview on national TV:
WHAT DID I SAY ABOUT ROUGHHOUSING ON THE SIDELINE 🤣 pic.twitter.com/VtrgPErktg
— ESPN (@espn) January 28, 2018
What’s parenting protocol for this? Do the kids get punished upon returning home? Or is this just a case of little boys being little boys? I’d genuinely like to know.