Brad Childress to meet with media soon

Well, this morning just got a little more interesting, huh?

Everyone will have an opinion about whether Brett Favre will or won’t play this season.  No one truly knows because Favre doesn’t know. 

What we do know: Brad Childress and the Vikings will do everything possible to change Favre’s mind.  The team still has a month before the season starts, and two weeks before they expected Favre to show up anyway.  They are rightly going to consider Favre’s status an open question.

Just don’t expect Brad Childress to say that publicly when he meets with the media at 12:10 ET.  (It can be seen live on the Vikings’ website.)  We suspect Childress will say the team is moving on, even while working behind the scenes to bring number four back.

Whether Favre comes back or not, Rich Eisen knows: FavreWatch is just getting started

So what do you think: Will he return or not?

9 responses to “Brad Childress to meet with media soon

  1. I think people tend to over-complicate matters. Really, this is a simple question of whether Favre believes his ankle is good enough to go and also hold up for 16 games.
    If I were the coach, I’d tell him to wait until the last possible minute if that is what makes the most sense. Although if the ankle isn’t 100 percent by now, another month probably isn’t gonna help and this is probably what Favre is communicating as we speak.
    Could turn out to be a “yawner” of a season after all.

  2. i think he will go on the PUP list and see how he feels. If the Vikes go get another QB, say Vick, than we know the VIkes have moved on.

  3. How about option 3, who cares. I’m sick of Brett Favre. Just retire for good and go in the HOF in a few years. Don’t need to hear/see you until then.

  4. dakotah says:
    August 3, 2010 12:16 PM
    Somewhere in Wisconsin, Ted Thompson is giving another man a blow job.

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