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Breakups are always hard and the one that happened between the Green Bay Packers and quarterback Brett Favre was easily one of the worst. Like most breakups, its the kids (or in this case the fans) that got the short end of the stick.
Is it okay to still love your favorite player or do you have to hate him now that he's playing for the 'other' team?
Fans may not have that issue much longer. There have been several signs that Mom and Dad might be getting back together. The most recent sign came from Favre when he admitted he was wrong with how he left the team.
Can I come home now?
In a recent interview with the the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Favre had this to say:
"It's over and done with. I was at fault."
Of course it would have been best if he had stopped there, but he didn't.
"...I feel that both sides had a part in it. If you could go back would I or them have done things differently? I'm sure both sides would. But...
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While not taking total blame for the acrimonious split that occurred between himself and the Packers, Brett Favre is at least taking some responsibility.
Retired quarterback Brett Favre is taking some of the blame for his ugly departure from the Green Bay Packers.
Favre told WGR 550-AM in Buffalo on Thursday that he was ''at fault'' in the breakup, though he says he feels like ''both sides had a part in it.''
Favre also says he has patched up things with Aaron Rodgers. After Rodgers arrived at Green...
Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers seem headed for a reconciliation of some sorts. Favre is clearly retired now and headed to a first ballot Hall of Fame, so why not kiss and make up right?
Favre was speaking to Joe Buscaglia of WGR-AM in Buffalo on Thursday to promote Jim Kelly’s “Hunter’s Hope” charity auction, and took the blame for how his career in Green Bay ended...
Ever so slowly, the Packers and Brett Favre are inching closer toward a reunion.
The year started with Favre and Aaron Rodgers presenting an award together at the NFL Honors Ceremony.
Mark Murphy chimed in and said that retiring Favre’s jersey was a priority for the organization.
Aaron Rodgers addressed the divide that still exists between some fans and Favre, saying that it...
For the first time since his fallout with the Green Bay Packers, Brett Favre is taking responsibility for his role in the way things ended.
"I was at fault," Favre said in a Buffalo radio interview on WGR 550. "I feel like both sides had a part in it. If you could go back, would I or them have done things differently? I'm sure both sides would. But you can'...
It appears more and more likely that the sides will come together to retire Brett Favre's No. 4 at some point in the not-too-distant future.
Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers are well on their way to making nice. The relationship ended on sour terms, but at the end of the day Favre is a Lambeau legend who is going to receive a warm reception when he decides to return. Last year, Favre expressed confidence that his day of [...]
It’s always a tricky situation. Sometimes when a player is so great for a franchise, he becomes almost bigger than the game itself. Fans idolize that player and symbolize that franchise with that specific player. The player has immense success as the leader of that team and becomes iconic. The hard part is, Father Time [...]
Brett Favre wasn’t always the most responsible decision-maker on the field, considering his 336 interceptions are the most all time. But he’s finally accepting responsibility for at least one errant decision.
Favre spent 16 seasons as the starting quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, but when the two decided to split up things turned ugly. Favre finally took responsibility for...
During a radio interview, the legendary Brett Favre took the blame for the disastrous end to his career with the Green Bay Packers, stating he was at fault.
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Greg Jennings went from fan favorite to enemy the second he decided to jump from the Green Bay Packers to the Minnesota Vikings. The wide receiver who brought Green Bay fans more than 6,000 yards and 53 touchdowns in seven seasons and helped win a Super Bowl is now wearing purple. Not only has he [...]