Found December 05, 2011 on
ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio discusses Matt Forte's health, Brett Favre's possible return, Michael Vick's status and more NFL moves. (NBC Sports)
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About a week ago, Brett Favre made it pretty clear that he wouldn’t come out of retirement to play for the Texans — or any team that came a callin’ this season.
Now, it appears he may be willing to make a return to his old stomping grounds — the NFC North — for a third tour of duty within the Black and Blue division.
Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com spoke to a source...
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The Chicago Bears will not be seeking the services of Brett Favre, after it was reported yesterday that he would entertain an offer to come on and replace Caleb Hanie as the Bears starting quarterback.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas, this is even better! Favre watch is back!!! Take out those wranglers from your closet and put on your old number 4 jerseys.
With the recent absolutely terrible quarterback play in Chicago, Lovie Smith said that the Bears will most likely add another QB to the mix. And with Matt Forte shelved for 2-4 weeks it is...
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We put in another call to Brett Favre's agent, Bus Cook, this morning. Upon hearing that I was calling from Deadspin, he let out a long sigh, but was gracious enough to stay on the phone. In an effort to expand on ESPN's report from Monday—in which ESPN established via anonymous source that Brett Favre would "listen" to the Bears...