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One of these days — though not anytime soon — the Packers plan on extending an olive branch toward Brett Favre, who spent 16 seasons solidifying his legacy in Titletown only to have it come down in one fell swoop. Although Favre departed on not-so-great terms, GM Mark Murphy wants to formally retire his number, as most teams do with its iconic players.
The sentiment appears to be one-sided.
In an interview with NFL Network’s Deion Sanders, Favre said he is not particularly interested in a ceremonial sendoff or having his No. 4 hang from the rafters of Lambeau Field.
“I don’t know what the future holds,” Favre said. “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.
Favre thinks it will eventually happen, but acknowledged his relationship with the organization is basically non-existent.
“I don’t really have one,” Favre said. “It’ll happen someday. That day will
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While some athletes try to convince us that they’re not about the money, at least Brett Favre admits it when he was.
The former three-time NFL MVP told Deion Sanders in part two of an interview for NFL Network that he returned to the Vikings for the 2010 season primarily because of the money.
“The money was too good. The money was too good, and I hate to say it’s about money...
Brett Favre cannot say nor do anything that would surprise anyone at Players View. One of the greatest players of all-time has also proven to be a walking sound bite that refuses to know when to say when.
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Here’s something that Vikings fans should be thrilled to hear. Remember back in 2010 when Favre led the Vikings to a 6-10 season? Where he threw 19 interceptions and only 11touchdowns? And had a quarterback rating of 69.9?
Remember when his teammates went down to Hattiesburg and convinced Favre to play one last season? Well, actually it wasn’t his teammates that convinced him...
Brett Favre says he has no relationship whatsoever with Packers.
Brett Favre's agent says the former NFL quarterback will be an assistant coach at a Mississippi high school this fall. Bus Cook told The Associated Press Friday that Favre will work at Oak Grove High School this fall "to help out in some capacity, but I'm not sure exactly what his role will be." The school is near Favre's home in Hattiesburg, Miss. The Biloxi...
Summer means Brett Favre sightings at Oak Grove High School, but this year that will be happening in the fall, too. Favre is returning to help out at the high school where he was often spotted getting ready for the NFL season.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- A few hours before Mike Holmgren's induction into the Packers Hall of Fame, the former Green Bay coach preached patience when it comes to the ongoing tension between former quarterback Brett Favre and the organization that the two helped return to prominence in the mid-1990s.
Under Holmgren's leadership, Favre rose from being Don Majkowski's backup...
Brett Favre's agent says the former NFL quarterback will be an assistant coach at a Mississippi high school this fall.
Bus Cook told The Associated Press Friday that Favre will work at Oak Grove High School this fall ''to help out in some capacity, but I'm not sure exactly what his role will be.''
The school is near Favre's home in Hattiesburg, Miss...
Brett Favre is returning to football - as an assistant high school coach in Mississippi. His agent, Bus Cook, told The Associated Press Friday that Favre will work at Oak Grove High School this fall "to help out in some capacity, but I'm not sure exactly what his role will be." The school is near the former NFL quarterback's home in Hattiesburg, Miss. The Biloxi...
The number two really defines a certain two-time unanimous college football All-American, the electrifying Deion Sanders. His #2 was retired by the Seminoles. The man with two nicknames “Prime Time” and “Neon Deion” was a critical force in Florida State‘s historical run under Hall of Fame Coach Bobby Bowden, and today the National Football Foundation and the Hall of Fame...
The ol' Gunslinger seems to have found a life after football and will now go back to school to coach.
According to sources, Brett Favre has decided to take the offensive coordinator job at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
"He is taking a job out there," Favre’s agent Bus Cook told the Biloxi Sun Herald. "He is going out there, and it will...
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Look, we all can’t be Bo Jackson or Deion Sanders.
That’s probably what Washington signee Shaq Thompson is thinking as he returns to Seattle to prepare for his upcoming freshman season following a brutal 13-game stinkfest with the Red Sox’s Rookie class affiliate.
Thompson, a top-five football recruit in the nation this year, finished his summer of baseball on the Gulf Coast...
While Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck got their way with their contracts, there is a sentiment among other NFL teams to stand strong on having “offset language” in the contracts of their first-rounders. Plus, Brett Favre talked about his frosty relationship with the Packers and NFL referees warned of the dangers of replacement refs.