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Watch Drew Brees' sons fight on the sideline at the Pro Bowl

Watch Drew Brees' sons fight on the sideline at the Pro Bowl

Drew Brees said during an interview before the Pro Bowl how he constantly told his three rambunctious young sons to keep their hands to themselves.

During a sideline interview of Brees by ESPN's Lisa Salters, sons Baylen, Bowen and Callen showed all the energy that the game on the field typically lacks endearing them to National Football League fans across the country.

On the sidelines, the Brees kids went at it during a sideline interview, engaging in pretty eventful fight.

NFC coach Sean Payton made Baylen, Callen and Bowen ballboys for the NFC team.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Brees told ESPN: "That's pretty much the way it is all the time", before warning that one of his sons was facing "big trouble" for getting on the field.

The Vikings were represented by Harrison Smith, Xavier Rhodes, Linval Joseph, Everson Griffen, Adam Thielen and Kyle Rudolph in Sunday's Pro Bowl Game in Orlando.

The fighting, which was all in fun between the brothers, took off on Twitter after the interview was posted online.

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