Found November 15, 2013 on Universal Takeover Sports Network:
PLAYERS: Brett Favre
TEAMS: Minnesota Vikings

In an interview with Matt Lauer that is scheduled to air next week, former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre announced that if he had a son, he would not let him play football. The NFL has been dealing with tons of negative press surrounding their treatment of head injuries and this latest blow from Favre is a big one. When asked if he would let his son play football if he had one, this is what Favre had to say, “In some respects, I’m almost glad I don’t have a son because of the pressures he would face. Also the physical toll that it could possibly take on him, not to mention if he never made it, he’s gonna be a failure in everyone’s eyes. But more the physical toll that it could take.” Favre has claimed that he has experienced frightening memory loss caused by multiple football related concussions. He was reportedly recently contacted with an offer from the St. Louis Rams when starter Sam Bradford was initially injured and declined. The post Brett Favre would not let his son play football. appeared first on UTSN.

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