Quarterback injured left shoulder in fourth game

SAN DIEGO -- San Diego Chargers quarterback Drew Brees disclosed
Friday that he separated his left shoulder in the fourth game last
season and played the rest of the year with the injury.

He said he had arthroscopic surgery in the offseason to repair
the problem.
Despite the injury to his non-throwing shoulder, Brees had his
best season, throwing for 27 touchdowns with just seven
interceptions. He made the Pro Bowl.