I felt pretty good, but obviously I'm not where I want to be, as I aggravated my injurySaints' Brooks suffers thigh injury Aug 22, 2004
You are going to get these types of games in the NFLMinnesota 32, New Orleans 31 Dec 15, 2002
I feel better than I did after last week's game and that's a positiveNew Orleans 37, Baltimore 25 Dec 08, 2002
It's a big game, you have to win in December to set yourself up for the playoffs and we were scared to death of this team with Jeff Blake as the quarterbackNew Orleans 37, Baltimore 25 Dec 08, 2002
You take Deuce away, you're asking a lot of James and Curtis (Keaton) to take on a bigger role than they've hadCleveland 24, New Orleans 15 Nov 24, 2002
Aaron Lafette Brooks (born March 24, 1976) is a retired American football quarterback of the NFL. He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the fourth round of the 1999 NFL Draft. He played college football at Virginia.
Brooks played for the New Orleans Saints and Oakland Raiders. Brooks retired in 2007 as the Saints' franchise leader in season and career touchdown passes, though both records have since been broken by Drew Brees.
Aaron, and his second cousin Michael Vick, who lived in a public housing project in the East End area of Newport News, and was 4 years younger, rarely spent time together. Mentored by Coach Tommy Reamon, Brooks played high school football and graduated from Homer L. Ferguson High School in Newport News. He was awarded a scholarship to attend the University of Virginia (UVA), from which he graduated in 1999.