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Oh, glorious day. It’s nice to know that things have slowed down enough for him to find the time to authorize one of his lackeys to register a Twitter account for him. I eagerly look forward to the many interesting updates from the Ol’ Gunslinger about how the John Deere lawnmower is running and how the most recent game of touch football on a muddy field played out.
Also: I love his Twitter profile bio: Father, Husband, Retired NFL quarterback.
He’s really retired, kiddos. No one lies in their Twitter bio, you know.
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Brett Favre was one of the opposing players targeted by the New Orleans Saints’ bounty program. The Saints particularly went after Favre during the 2009 NFC Championship Game, hitting him mercilessly and bruising him severely. Favre doesn’t hold a grudge against them, saying it’s part of the game.
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Retired quarterbacks Brett Favre and Kurt Warner weren't especially troubled to learn that the New Orleans Saints defensive players may have had a little extra incentive to injure them.
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The big NFL news today – besides the Saints bashing Drew Brees – is that defensive coordinator Gregg Williams had a bounty program while working with the Saints from 2009-2012. You might remember two plays where bounties might have been paid. (a.) The shot Kurt Warner took during the 2010 playoffs, and (b.) the shot under the chin that Brett Favre endured in 2010. Peter King...
He’s gonna be like a kid on there. Just hoping he tweets pictures of his house and it really looks like this.Via @brettfavre4
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When Gregg Williams (pictured) took over as defensive coordinator of the Saints, the players and media raved about the new attitude he brought to the team. Williams ran a swarming defense that got after opposing players. Little did we know he was promoting a bounty system all those years.
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I wonder what the bounty on Larry Johnson was for this game (Photo: one4theotherthumb.com)
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Time to see what’s in the crystal ball today! Wait a minute… No, no it can’t be…
This can’t be right! It just can't be! Let me try again!
Whew, that’s better! Brett Favre just appears every now and then; it’s best to ignore him. Here’s what the future holds for the Cincinnati Bengals!