Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 11/15/14
Brett Favre, the long-time quarterback for the Packers, despite his on and off retirements, has been asked by the Packers to rejoin the family. There's a great chance he will enter for one day and then retire as a Packers player.The Packers do not need and won't search for Favre to return as a player. The likely landing spot for Favre will be as a quarterbacks coach or perhaps a front office position. All of the grudge that started with his departure to the Jets, seems to have abated.Let's just say for a moment that it's only to retire his jersey, it's a celebration the entire city of Green Bay should grasp and welcome, since Favre did help the Packers return to the Super Bowl twice with Favre at the helm.Now here's the problem, that two egos cant exist on the same team, as Rodgers has already made the offense his own since Favre left to join the Jets. Also, Rodgers has enjoyed his share of success, and he doens't deserve to have Favre do anything other than retire, assistant coach,...
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  • Favre should retire as a Viking even though he only played two years because Green Bay disrespected him after all he did for that organization. He was always wanted to Minnesota the Vikings accepted Mr. Favre as if he was one of the original Vikings thank you
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