As Brett Favre begins the process of healing his rift with the Packers, he says he wouldn’t change a thing.
Favre, who finished his career with the Vikings and with some hard feelings toward some folks in Green Bay, said on WTMJ in Milwaukee today that he doesn’t think there is anything he could have done differently.
“You can’t go back. That’s the one thing I finally said, ‘It is what it is. It’s over. It’s done with. You can’t change that. You can change today and the future,'” Favre said. “I really don’t hold any regrets through my career. That goes from day one until the end.”
Favre did acknowledge that if some Packers fans have ill will toward him, he could understand that. But he thinks that’s in the past.
“I share as much blame as anyone. It’s over and done with. We’re underway in getting a resolution here and it’s a good thing. We move on. We move past it,” Favre said. “I can sit here and name so many things from a regret standpoint that I do regret, but there’s nothing I can do about it know but change from this thing forward.”
Favre said he hopes to spend more time in Green Bay in the future. He will be welcomed.