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That’s BYU 4-star defensive end recruit Troy Hinds and NFL legend Brett Favre in some Mississippi garage where Hinds did his Mormon missionary duty by tracking down the Gunslinger for a conversion. It’s been about 10 days since we last spotted Favre doing church work by firing dodgeballs at opponents in some Baptist church tourney.
Now comes word that Hinds (6-5, 23rd rated DE in 2012 by Scout.com) had a meeting. Is this a sign from God? Is Favre converting and thinking about taking on extra wives?
Hinds has since deleted, or changed, his Twitter account name, but our friends at Vanquish The Foe fill in the details on the Troy Hinds-Favre meeting.
Brett Favre is not the new Steve Martin. Let’s not start any Favre is LDS rumors. Troy was able to meet him and chat football and church. :)
— Desmond Hinds (@DesmondHinds2) January 23, 2013
That’s sad news.
How great would a Brett Favre Sister Wives be? Imagine Favre managing Deanna and four sorority-like Mormons as they try to avoid the Mormon Sheriff Department and keep their family together through sexting scandals.
(Want to watch a Hinds highlight video? He’s #44.)
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