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Brett Favre played 20 years in the NFL, made 298 starts, and threw 10,169 passes during his career. He played until he was 41, took 525 career sacks, and was hit countless more times. It sounds like all the years of playing professional football have taken their toll on the former MVP quarterback. Favre joined […]
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Retired quarterback Brett Favre played 20 seasons in the NFL. This included many memorable moments and a streak where he started 321 consecutive games. During that span, Favre took a lot of hits, and endured plenty of injuries, including multiple concussions. Now, the 44-year-old is paying the price, as evidenced by this recent revelation on a radio show in Washington. "...
ST. LOUIS — Brett Favre talked about the toll playing football has had on his life this week as he dismissed the possibility of returning to the NFL with the Rams. Favre was reportedly asked to consider playing again by the Rams, but he declined. He told Washington sports station WSPZ-AM he’s still dealing with the effects of a hit-filled career. “I don’t remember my daughter...
Brett Favre told WSPZ-AM that he's experiencing memory loss that is a little bit scary to him. Favre claims no memory of an entire season of his daughter's soccer team. "For the first time in 44 years, that put the fear in me," Favre said.
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Brett Favre started 321 consecutive games (playoffs included) and heaved 552 touchdown passes in his 20-year NFL career.
But Thursday he admitted uncertainty about how many of his accomplishments not to mention other memories he'll ultimately recall.
"I don't remember my daughter playing soccer playing youth soccer one summer" he said when asked about his experience...
Early Thursday morning news broke that the St. Louis Rams, who are now extremely desperate for a quarterback, called Brett Favre for some help. The Rams wanted to see if the 44-year old grandfather would once again come out of retirement and give the NFL a shot, they were wrong.
Ya, they called f-ing Brett Favre.
Favre is currently working as a volunteer offensive coordinator and...
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Brett Favre spent twenty years in the NFL from 1991 to 2010. In that time he was sacked 525 times, more than any other player. He also holds the record for the most consecutive starts with 297.
So legendary was Brett Favre’s toughness on the football field that he was often said to be a linebacker playing quarterback.
During an interview with ESPN Radio on...
After a Thursday that consisted of non-stop Brett Favre headlines, the St. Louis Rams are saying, "Nothing to see here, folks."
Favre insisted Thursday that he has no desire at the moment to return to the NFL, but the Rams are now saying that their "interest" in the 44-year-old was no more than a knee-slapper.
"It was just a joke," a team source told...
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher declined to address reports he tried to lure Brett Favre out of retirement to replace Sam Bradford, who is out for the season with a knee injury.
Fisher changed the subject after practice Thursday, then said "Nice try" when asked whether the 44-year-old Favre could be ready to play.
Defensive end Robert Quinn didn't think...
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The Rams called Brett Favre about a possible comeback ...
The St. Louis Rams reached out to Brett Favre, not Tim Tebow, in their efforts to replace injured QB Sam Bradford, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported.
Just before 7 AM EST, Schefter tweeted: “St. Louis called Brett Favre, asking if the 44-year-old QB if he would be willing to play. Favre declined.”
The Rams are without Sam Bradford, who tore his ACL in Sunday’s loss to the Carolina...
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The idea Brett Favre could make a comeback at the age of 44 began with his agent Bus Cook saying last month Favre was still in great shape and has "blacksmith's arms."
Except it's not just about the arms said the quarterback who beat Favre and the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII.
"I’m sure Brett’s in good shape I’m sure he could probably go out...
That's not a bad little fan video. I've seen way more pathetic. We hear it every other day how Browns fans think that they have it the worst and it will always be awful for them. But I'll tell you one thing: it could be worse. Sure, the Weeden Era has been terrible at best yet at least your team didn't call Brett Favre this week. AND GET TURNED DOWN. Jesus...