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In an interview so spectacular that Pro Football Talk devoted two different posts to it, Brett Lorenzo Favre told the NFL Network’s resident police report expert Deion Sanders that he doesn’t give a whoopty doo if the Green Bay Packers ever decide to honor him by retiring his No. 4 jersey at Lambeau. “Why?” Favre asked. “You know what, I don’t know what the future holds. But I do know this: Whether anything ever happens . . . people think I’m crazy, but I don’t need to have a day. I don’t need to have a retirement, retire your jersey, all that stuff, to solidify my career.” “That day will come. I haven’t lost any sleep over it, nor have they, I think,” Favre said. “What I did speaks for itself. What I left behind speaks for itself.” Favre also admitted that the only reason he played for the Minnesota Vikings in 2010 is because they paid him a ton of money, and that’s great that he finally came clean on that. Would so many people have been so irritated by and fed up with him if
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