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Former NFL Pro Bowlers Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson and Mark Ingram join Saints star QB for prestigious three-day event

drew brees passing academyLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Back for the third summer at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, the Drew Brees Passing Academy and 7on7 Tournament will have another group of NFL stars serving as guest coaches. Joining the Saints’ Super Bowl-winning quarterback for the three-day event at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida will be former NFL Pro Bowlers Larry Fitzgerald, Patrick Peterson and Mark Ingram.

Fitzgerald (Arizona Cardinals wide receiver), Peterson (Arizona Cardinals defensive back) and Ingram (New Orleans Saints running back) will help coach the 20-plus prep football teams from across the country that are taking part in the camp. Each NFL player will help train athletes at his respective position during the event, which includes one day of position training and two days of 7on7 action from June 25-27 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, the year-round training facility for several current and former NFL players such as Santonio Holmes and Ike Taylor under the direction of renowned strength coach Tom Shaw.

The Brees camp will also feature a position-by-position skills competition, 1-on-1 passing competitions and a panel discussion featuring all of the NFL players and other NFL personnel.

The camp is open to only 24 high school football teams (15-20 players per team). Teams can register and get additional information at

For more information about ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, visit

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