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What does Brett Favre do after a tornado hits his hometown of Hattiesburg, Mississippi? He gets into a Bobcat and starts cleaning storm damage, according to NBC-Milwaukee sports anchor @lanceallan, who yesterday tweeted out this action shot. That is the Gunslinger working through the rain and mud to get order restored.
The school where Favre serves as the offensive coordinator – Oak Grove – suffered significant damage to its sports facilities, according to TV station WLOX.
Was he wearing Wranglers during the Bobcat(ing) work? We’ll go with yes.
Meanwhile, in a New York courtroom, the Jets massage therapist lawsuit against Favre for sexual harassment rolls along. Lawyers are to the deposing stage of the case.
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Brett Favre is again proving why he is the ultimate American hero, this time with a chainsaw. Does he need to out in the woods cleaning up his hometown? Does he need to be getting his hands dirty after making roughly $100 million in his career? No.
What you see here is the old gunslinger doing his part to clean up his battered hometown of Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Yesterday he was...
There have been plenty of Percy Harvin trade rumors floating around, but when looking at the big picture, he’s not so bad. Sure, Harvin demands attention, but that’s nothing new to star receivers.
He’s yelled at the coach, like that hasn’t been done before. However, according to Jim Souhan of the startribune.com, Harvin doesn’t scratch the surface of bad behavior, and...
Filed under "Topics I Can't Believe I Still Have to Slow-Talk to your Morons About," people are apparently still discussing whether or not the Minnesota Vikings should trade wide receiver Percy Harvin. I know. It's god damn ludicrous. You know what someone asked me the other day in regards to this? They asked, "But if we sign Percy long term, how are we going...
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network says he spoke with two NFL executives and one told him that he would be shocked if the Minnesota Vikings received more than a third round pick in return for Percy Harvin.
Heard from 2 NFL execs on possible Harvin trade: 1 spoke of how complex finding value is. Another said he’d be shocked at better than a 3rd
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February...
According to ESPN.com, a Minnesota Vikings source told Josina Anderson that wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking to receive a contract extension that’s similar to what both Larry Fitzgerald and Calvin Johnson got from their respective teams.
The high-ranking Vikings source told Anderson that Harvin classifies himself among the NFL’s top wide outs and expects a contract similar...
Josina Anderson of ESPN.com reports that a Percy Harvin holdout wouldn’t be to his advantage. Anderson also reports from a “high ranking Vikings source,” that the team feels they have the advantage due to the fact Harvin still has one year left on his contract.
Percy Harvin has been the subject of a lot of talk around the Minnesota Vikings lately. His future with the team is questionable, and now it looks as though the team will actively seek to trade him.
Sources tell WCCO’s Mike Max that the main reason that Harvin left the team this season was not his injury, but instead it a blowup he had with Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports writes that even though Percy Harvin is a legitimate difference maker, the Minnesota Vikings are unlikely to get “fair value” in return for him.
La Canfora mentions that talks between the Vikings and Harvin have gone “pretty much nowhere” and he would be surprised to see any “monumental breakthroughs” when they meet at next week’s Scouting...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that a league source has informed him that Vikings WR Percy Harvin is expected to “stay away” from offseason workouts and training camp in the event that he doesn’t have a long-term in place.
A recent report indicated that the Vikings are prepared to shop Harvin around in the next few weeks, which has fueled plenty of speculation as...
Word coming out of Minnesota is that disgruntled wide receiver Percy Harvin is looking for a way out-of-town, and looks like it is heading that direction. One of the more complete and explosive players in the NFL, Harvin can create instant offense on the ground, in the air and returning kicks.
Adam Rank of NFL.com said this of Percy Harvin,
It is apparent that Harvin will be finding...
This is the latest post in Kurt’s continuing series to identify the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player of All-Time. For an explanation of his methodology for choosing each franchise’s ultimate franchise player, and then how you and he will choose the NFL’s Ultimate Franchise Player from that list, click here.
Previous selections: ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE...