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BRETT FAVRE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brett Favre thinks he can still play in the NFL…and I agree

I know, I know…the last thing we need is another “will he, won’t he” Brett Favre decision off-season. Trust me, we won’t get one. However, with that being said, Brett Favre made some interesting comments in his interview with Sports Illustrated regarding his ability to play in the NFL right now. “I think I could play. As far as throwing. Do I think I could play and lead...
Via EndZoneScore
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Buffalo Bills reach out to Brett Favre?

Brett Favre is going to start #FavreWatch all over again due to his latest interview in Sports Illustrated. He may have prefaced it with stating that he’s “not trying to start some he’s-coming-out-of-retirement deal,” but for a player that un-retired multiple times in his career, can anyone truly trust what Brett Favre has to say? Of course if Brett Favre believes he can...
Via EndZoneScore
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre: I could still play in the NFL

For a while, it looked like Brett Favre was never going to retire. Anyone who has followed football for the past several years could tell you in detail about Favre’s teary-eyed retirement press conference, which came before he played three more NFL seasons. And the Ole Gunslinger still thinks he could do it. In an...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre Wears Packers Jersey On SI Cover, Says ‘Think I Could (Still Play)’

No one will ever mistake Brett Favre for a man who lacks confidence — even in his “older age.” The former Green Bay Packers quarterback is in the process of burying the hatchet with his former team, and the latest step will come this week when Favre is featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated. He’s being featured in the magazine’s “Where...
Via NESN.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre wears Packers jersey on ‘SI’ cover: ‘I think I could play’

For the first time in seven years, Brett Favre is wearing a Green Bay Packers jersey. Favre wore his Packers No. 4 for Sports Illustrated‘s annual “Where Are They Now?” issue. Favre has been out of the NFL for more than four years, announcing his retirement in 2011 after two years with the Minnesota Vikings.  But that doesn’t mean the 45-year-old has lost confidence...
Via Sports-Glory
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brett Favre dons Packers jersey, says, 'I think I could still play'

For the first time in what must have felt like an eternity for Brett Favre — and perhaps Green Bay Packers backers — the legendary quarterback at long last donned the jersey of the team with which he rose to the status of NFL icon, something that at certain points over the past handful of...Read More The post Brett Favre dons Packers jersey for first time since 2008 on SI cover...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
6 days ago  |  Discuss

3 bold predictions for Minnesota Vikings offense in 2015

The Minnesota Vikings have their best-looking offense since the Brett Favre days, which haven’t been around since 2010. With new faces, and the return of Adrian Peterson, this could be the best Vikings era since the Randy Moss-Chris Carter times. With that in mind, let’s review three bold predictions for their offense next season.   You may also be interested in: 3 best Green...
Via cover32
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Predicting 3 possible Minnesota Vikings award winners

The Minnesota Vikings are locked and loaded for a run to the playoffs in 2015, and expectations haven’t been this high since (gulp: 2010, in Brett Favre’s final year with the team after taking them to the NFC Championship game the year before.) Minny is blessed with plenty of young talent and coaching experience which could be a big factor if this team is able to return to the...
Via cover32
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Favre: Return to Lambeau for Packers vs. Bears is the right fit

Brett Favre will be welcomed back with open arms into the Green Bay Packers family when he returns to Lambeau Field for the unveiling of his retired No. 4 jersey on Thanksgiving night, Nov. 26. The evening will mark Favre’s long-awaited reconciliation with the Packers organization, one caused by dalliances with the New York Jets...Read More The post Brett Favre: Returning to Lambeau...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

What if the Atlanta Falcons never traded Brett Favre?

“It would take a plane crash to play Brett Favre,” Atlanta Falcons head coach Jerry Glanville once famously said. Needless to say, that one didn’t work out particularly well for the Falcons. Despite drafting Favre in the second round of the 1991 NFL Draft, Atlanta couldn’t find a place for him on the team thanks to (depending on whose version of the story you believe) either...
Via The Sports Post
January 02, 2015  |  Discuss
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