If time can truly heal all wounds, the strained relationship between the Green Bay Packers and former quarterback Brett Favre still needs a couple more years.
With Favre now out of the NFL for good having not played during the 2011 season, the 42-year-old gunslinger and the team he led for 16 seasons the one he was later unceremoniously traded by -- can attempt to reunite and leave their hostility in the past.
During a surprise stop at West Allis Hale High School on Thursday, a student asked Packers team president Mark Murphy whether the team will retire Favre's No. 4.
"Yes, he deserves that for what he did as a Packer," Murphy said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "Probably in a year or two. We want to do it at a time that's meaningful to him."
Favre's relationship with Green Bay and the franchise he helped bring a Super Bowl trophy to in 1997 ended on very bitter terms. While Favre was making an annual tradition out of mulling retirement each offseason, the Packe...