Brett Favre making a return to Green Bay today

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Brett Favre rapidly went from the most beloved man in Green Bay to the most despised man in Green Bay as a result of his retirements and un-retirements that saw him end his career with the division rival Vikings, and so there’s been much speculation about when or if Favre would ever return to Green Bay.

It turns out that Favre will be in Green Bay today.

Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that Favre is heading back to Green Bay to pay tribute to another former Packers quarterback, Bart Starr, who is being honored at an event in Green Bay today. Starr is recovering from a stroke and is unable to attend the event. According to Mortensen, Favre has no plans to attend tonight’s Falcons-Packers game at Lambeau Field.

Eventually, Favre is expected to be honored at a ceremony at Lambeau Field at which his number will be retired. That won’t happen this year, but today’s event may be a small step toward Favre feeling more welcome in Green Bay.

102 responses to “Brett Favre making a return to Green Bay today

  1. Eventually, Favre is expected to be honored at a ceremony at Lambeau Field at which his number will be retired.

    And oh how the Packer fans will cheer a man who’s been well documented as harassing women in the workplace. You’d think all Packer fan would reject him ever being honored, but then again Mark “the Pedophile’ Chumura is in their HOF……

  2. You have Rodgers, Green Bay – things couldn’t have gone better with everything. You lose a 3-time MVP and Super Bowl champ for another MVP and Super Bowl champ.

    Just bring him back already, get over it!

  3. it should be all forgiven, Packer fans forget all the losing in the 70’s and 80’s until Favre put life back into the team in 1992. I understand all the Packer fans of today won’t agree with this, but Ego’s on both sides played a big part and should be forgiven on both sides and move on. And oh by the way, Packer fans should be thanking there lucky stars for how the Rogers transition played out.

  4. He did too much for the franchise not to let bygones be bygones. He brought the Lombardi Trophy back to Green Bay. All he did for the Vikings was get their hopes up and then tear their poor little hearts out….

  5. Brett’s not losing any sleep over Green Bay I assure you. He can live anywhere in the world including Wisconsin, but he hangs his hat in the great state of Mississippi, where we always welcome him home.

  6. One of these days the Packers will have a scrub for a QB, it’s just a matter of time.

    That’s when some of will realize what you had, when it’s gone.

  7. Funny how no one seems to remember, or at least mention, that the Packers were absolutely brutal from the 70s up until the 90s. Favre turned that entire organization around. Without him, they’d still be bragging about Super Bowls from 50 years ago, yet Packers’ fans need time to “forgive” him? SMH

  8. Favre gutted it out for the Packers through broken bones and concussions. Every week he did what he needed to do to play.

    In Minnesota, Favre didn’t answer the bell because of a sore shoulder.

    I guess we all know where his heart really was. And you could say he had his best statistical season as a Viking in 2009 but remember, he played 11 dome games that season. In GB, he averaged about 3 dome games a year.

    So Favre will always be remembered as a Packer. Why can’t my fellow Viking fans just accept that fact?

  9. I still can’t stop chuckling that the Vikings got a taste of what the Packers suffered with all those years. Big interceptions in the big spots. Was that ever fitting.

  10. He is retired. Who cares.
    Rodgers is better, and I’m a Giants fan.
    Thanks for throwing your last pss as a Packer to Corey Webster lol

  11. crapsandviche says:
    Dec 8, 2014 12:15 PM

    Eventually, Favre is expected to be honored at a ceremony at Lambeau Field at which his number will be retired.

    And oh how the Packer fans will cheer a man who’s been well documented as harassing women in the workplace. You’d think all Packer fan would reject him ever being honored, but then again Mark “the Pedophile’ Chumura is in their HOF……
    ________________________________

    I think you’ll be surprised how many will still actually remain silent or give him a bit of a boo. Remember, he played a kid’s game and made a lot of money doing it….he didn’t win the purple heart.

    That said, give us details about your favorite team…I’m quite certain all 32 teams have had their share of questionable characters either current or former….maybe even you yourself there Mr. Stonethrower. He was acquitted of any charges after her story (which changed multiple times) didn’t add up and other people who were with him all night proved her wrong. But let me guess…you were there and know differently, right? Pathetic.

    She later needed counseling and has since moved out of state, but keep up the good work detective.

  12. See how classy GB fans can forgive and forget. Wish my fellow fan base would do the same for tiki. So soon they forget how bad we sucked before him.

  13. At the time, I definitely thought it was time for Favre to go, and saw value in transitioning to Rodgers from the beginning. That decision (by TT) proved to be correct, obviously.

    The Jets stint w/the phone pics & masseuses, the game-planning “advice” for the Lions, and mis-adventures for the purple pukes added up too much … unbelievable!

    But, I’m over it all now. For all of his flaws, he was a great talent who made huge contributions to the Green Bay Packers, and deserves to be appreciated going forward.

  14. This is one of the best moves he could do to get back into the good graces of the franchise. To honor the greatest quarterback the Packers ever had on potentially some of his final living days will go a long way to building forgiveness for him.

    If I’m his PR publicist.. I’m drafting him a prepared ststement ASAP.

    The Green Bay Packers have had some of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the league. Down the road, I’m sure some will argue about numbers 2 and three.. But there’s no questioning Barr Starr is number one in all our hearts. He helped build the championship expectancy everyone has today. It was an honor to be the quarterback of Bart’s team. I’m truly blessed to have played the same position as Mr. starr with the Green Bay packers and I look forward to watching Aaron Rodgers continue to exemplify what it means to be the gold standard and to witness him continue to add to the glory of The Green Bay Packers.

    Boom.. All is forgiven

  15. Why is it that the packers found a way to drive their most beloved icons out of gbay?

    Lombardi and Favre both were driven out and disrespected.

    Hmmm…….why is that gbay?????

  16. The best thing about Favre is that he finally retired so we could be rid of the slobbering announcers who idolized him for “playing like a little kid out there.”

  17. “Mark “the Pedophile’ Chumura is in their HOF”

    Having sex with a 17 year old does not make you a pedophile. Chmura was charged with assault, but was found not guilty.

  18. Get over it Packer Fans, are you seriously going to hold a grudge against Favre just because he played two years for the Vikings? It’s pathetic considering all the years of excitement he gave you guys. As a Viking fan, you know it, I know it and naturally Favre knows it that in his heart he will always be a Packer. As a Viking fan, I’m so appreciative that I got to experience him as a QB for two years that you guy’s experienced his career despite those last 3 years. Keep in mind, Joe Montana did the same thing, so did Joe Nameth.

  19. joetoronto says: Dec 8, 2014 12:29 PM

    One of these days the Packers will have a scrub for a QB, it’s just a matter of time.

    That’s when some of will realize what you had, when it’s gone.

    I lived through the dark years of the 70’s and 80’s and I know a thing or two seeing the Packers have a scrub QB year after year. I for one appreciate every second of my Packer fandom for the last 22+ years. I for one have taken some time to get over him playing in purple but it is time to get over that history.

  20. Favre will be there, unless he changes his mind. No wait he’ll be there, nope changed his mind again. Wait he’ll be there, nope changed his mind again. Maybe they could give him a few more years to decide if he can attend or not. Oops, he accidently got a plane to Minnesota. No problem he will just send a selfie that they can show during the event. There maybe a black bar over part of the photo though.

  21. Anybody still mad over the 2 years in minnesota needs some mental help, favre put you guys back on the map and he played at a high level when defenses still actually played defense. Favre would easily throw for 50+ touchdowns year in and year out with todays nfl.

  22. bridgeh2o says:
    Dec 8, 2014 12:58 PM
    Brett Favre, to this day, calls the 2009 Viking team THE BEST HE HAS EVER PLAYED ON.

    Ouch pack fans……OUCH!!!!!
    =============================

    Nobody in Green Bay cares. We have a history with the guy and most of us realize that he has said that almost every year of his career, including multiple times on teams that never won anything…..

    Speaking of teams that never won anything: the 1960 – 2014 Minnesota Vikings. OUCH Viking Fan, OUCH!!!!!

  23. I hope he goes to the game and waves to the crowd a bit. I’ll bet ESPN hopes he does too….

  24. bridgeh2o says:
    Dec 8, 2014 12:58 PM
    Brett Favre, to this day, calls the 2009 Viking team THE BEST HE HAS EVER PLAYED ON.

    Ouch pack fans……OUCH!!!!!
    ———————————–
    I recall him saying the same damn thing about the 06 Packer squad… and the 04 squad, the 03 squad….

    I wouldn’t be surprised if he said the same thing about the 08 Jets… (Had he returned there in 09, he probably would’ve won another Superbowl, instead he chose the Minnesota Chokers).

  25. As a Packers fan I am forever grateful to Favre. Not only for what he did for the Pack, but for helping mold Aaron Rodgers to be as great as he is today. I loved watching Favre play, you could tell he was having so much fun on the field. Welcome home buddy. thanks for all of the years you gave the Pack.

  26. Brett Favre was let go because it was time to start Aaron Rodgers.

    Brett Favre will be enshrined in Canton as a Packer and have his name immortalized on the Lambeau Field Ring of Honor along with other Packer Greats.

    PackerNation has moved on from the past and appreciates the great contributions Brett Favre made to the great tradition of Green Bay Packers Football.

    All you purple trolls suffering from Acute Packer Envy need to get out your ice fishing gear and move on…

  27. just mentioning Packers and Favre brings thousands of hits to the PFT website on a daily basis.

    Yes, it is quite enough to spur jealousy across the entire NFL.

  28. Not a Packers (or Vikings) fan, but I can see this whole drama from a neutral point of view. It seems that many of the hard feelings will go away once Favre realizes the role HE played in his departure and the terrible way he irrationally and inexplicably treated Rodgers. Unfortunately, he still thinks the PACKERS wronged him, the golden child who demanded his own changing room and parking spot.

    The Packers have already reached out to him, but Favre’s ego still can’t meet them halfway. Packers fans ought to pressure the Packers AND Favre to let bygones by bygones and get on with the ceremony. However, I have a feeling Favre won’t step onto Lambeau field unless Rodgers is retired and the team sends a private jet to escort to Green Bay. What a diva.

  29. tramonisland says: Dec 8, 2014 12:17 PM

    Nothing would be better than to see him wearing a
    Rodgers
    jersey during the game. Everyone would instantly love him again.
    ====================================

    Why? Take out the SB 4-0 run, Rodger’s Packers have not done well in the playoffs.

    ..but he has won one like Dilfer, Flacco, Hostetler….

  30. Packer fans are scumbags. Favre poured his heart and soul into that team. The NFL is a cut throat business, and the Packers did what they feel was best by moving on to Rodgers. But, what excuse do the fans have for hating and bad mouthing Favre?

    As a Vikings fan, I never liked when he played for the Packers. But, you always had to respect and admire him. But the self proclaimed “best and most knowledgeable fans in the NFL” treat him like he didn’t take that franchise from 20 years of bottom feeding.

    As a fan of the NFL, you people disgust me.

  31. leagueobservr says: Dec 8, 2014 2:00 PM

    Brett Favre was let go because it was time to start Aaron Rodgers.

    Brett Favre will be enshrined in Canton as a Packer and have his name immortalized on the Lambeau Field Ring of Honor along with other Packer Greats.

    PackerNation has moved on from the past and appreciates the great contributions Brett Favre made to the great tradition of Green Bay Packers Football.

    All you purple trolls suffering from Acute Packer Envy need to get out your ice fishing gear and move on…

    bridgeh2o says:

    Uhhhhhh……I don’t know where to start.

    First off, players do NOT choose what team they “go in” with when elected to the Pro Football HOF. That is in BASEBALL.

    I realize you don’t have baseball in gbay.

    Secondly, we have dominated the division for years, and trust me, we understand who our little brother is!!!!

    We don’t shine our “championships” from 1934.

    There endeth the lesson……

  32. bridgeh2o says:
    Dec 8, 2014 12:58 PM

    Brett Favre, to this day, calls the 2009 Viking team THE BEST HE HAS EVER PLAYED ON.

    Ouch pack fans……OUCH!!!!!
    _______________________________

    But the jinx of dark pink got to him too, just like it did Marshall, Foreman, Tark, etc.

    In reality…the BEST team he played on was the one he took home the Lombardi Trophy with, and that my delusional friend not one Viking player in history, yourself, nor any of your fellow ponytailed brethren know anything about.

    S till
    K eep
    O n
    L osing

  33. conormacleod says:Dec 8, 2014 2:28 PM

    Packer fans are scumbags. Favre poured his heart and soul into that team. The NFL is a cut throat business, and the Packers did what they feel was best by moving on to Rodgers. But, what excuse do the fans have for hating and bad mouthing Favre?

    As a Vikings fan, I never liked when he played for the Packers. But, you always had to respect and admire him. But the self proclaimed “best and most knowledgeable fans in the NFL” treat him like he didn’t take that franchise from 20 years of bottom feeding.

    As a fan of the NFL, you people disgust me.
    ////////////////////
    Most Viking fans are decent, you, are not. Most Packer fans don’t like how he threw Rodgers under the bus when he retired and then tried to unretire, most Packer fans are over it.

    Most Viking fans aren’t scumbags. To see a scumbag Viking fan, you may look in a mirror.

  34. Viking fans are giving themselves way too much credit. Nobody cares that Favre played for the Vikings.

    Here is why Favre fell out of favor. And please, write it down.

    He identified another team, other than his own, as his last best chance to win a SuperBowl before retiring for good. It could have been any team. It was the Vikings. He wanted to leave his teammates to fend for themselves for selfish, self-centered motivations.

    He then requested an “unconditional release,” effective when he “retires.” Ted Thompson is no fool.

    Favre orchestrated his own departure out of Green Bay for his own reasons, and it didn’t work because there was a sharper card player in the game.

    All of us will welcome him back, because he is starting to say the correct and conciliatory things. This is important. Why?

    Because no one man is more important than the team, that’s why. And he knows that (now.)

  35. northstars1991 says:
    Dec 8, 2014 1:21 PM

    Get over it Packer Fans, are you seriously going to hold a grudge against Favre just because he played two years for the Vikings? It’s pathetic considering all the years of excitement he gave you guys. As a Viking fan, you know it, I know it and naturally Favre knows it that in his heart he will always be a Packer. As a Viking fan, I’m so appreciative that I got to experience him as a QB for two years that you guy’s experienced his career despite those last 3 years. Keep in mind, Joe Montana did the same thing, so did Joe Nameth.
    ________________________________

    Montana and Namath didn’t call and email the biggest opponents of the Niners and Jets and tell them their playbook, tendencies, play calls, checkdowns, audibles and personnel packages like Favre did.

    All of this after a 7 year circus of “Brett watch” in which he made a joke out of getting Green Bay and Milwaukee media outlets and sportscasters getting them to chase him all over hell and back to see if he was calling that given year his last.

    Montana and Namath didn’t go out of their way NOT to be a part of training camps, NOT to do a single thing to help the understudies, and didn’t get their nose in other people’s contract discussions. He was a tool for the last 4 years he was there. Had he had his rear in camp, they likely don’t start out struggling because the free agents and rookies maybe would have a chance to gel with Mr. Almighty instead of trying to get on the same page by week 6 or maybe week 8.

    Montana and Namath didn’t do everything they could to screw the teams that took chances on them and gave them millions of dollars. He held a gun to the Packers head for 4 years, they finally said enough and called his bluff and moved onward and he handled it like a spoiled 3rd grader.

    Montana and Namath didn’t text or send pics of their cranks to hottie reporters, nor did they orchestrate a BS 2nd retirement to find a way back to screw the Niners or Jets finding any way possible to get to their biggest rivals.

    Any passionate fan of any team would’ve took issue with what went down. If you disagree with that, you are either 8 years old and missed it or belong in a home.

    There were issues on both sides. It is over and time to move on.

    And to BridgeH20….your team has the youngest tenure in the division and the lowest trophy total. Now get your 3rd grade teacher an apple or get back to the home for your pills. Even the hapless Buccaneers somehow got a Lombardi….must sting eh?

  36. packsoldier says:
    Dec 8, 2014 12:14 PM
    Welcome back, Brett. All is forgiven.
    —————————————————-

    Speak for yourself. I don’t think I’ll boo him, but I’m sure as hell not going to cheer for him.

  37. Packer fans complaining about Brett Farve as their QB is like complaining about being married to Sofia Vegara and getting mad when she gets a parking ticket while driving your car. Dude! You’re married to Sofia Vegara!

    Worst fans ever.

  38. Whether he wore olive and mustard or purple he is still one of the best of all time. Some fools need to move on instead of begrudging the past.

  39. Packer fans complaining about Brett Farve as their QB is like complaining about being married to Sofia Vegara and getting mad when she gets a parking ticket while driving your car. Dude! You’re married to Sofia Vegara!

    What if Sofia left you for an ugly purple troll?

  40. As a Bengals fan I can say I’m incredibly jealous. To go from Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers is ridiculously unfair.

    ———————————–

    Well, the Bengals went from Ken Anderson to Boomer Esiason. Anderson was a HOF caliber QB (if Fouts is in, Anderson deserves to be in) and Esiason’s first six years mirrors Favre’s first six years, but the difference is Favre won his Super Bowl – and was deified to high heaven – and Boomer lost his and got a bus ticket out of town soon after.

  41. As a PACKER FAN in Florida it is tuff to say this but we owe Brett alot look at the 20 years BF (Before Favre) we were the door mats of the NFL not alot of winning records then Lord Favre came into town and things were AWESOME for years, Brett went to that other team to the west after a stop in NY and then had his best year ever with them. OK OK it is time to bring him back as what he is the QB that turned the PACK into what they are today winners no matter what anyone says we went from BF to AR are you kidding me that like finding two 4 leaf clovers in a cow pie.
    Do my fellow Packer fans know what it was like before Brett came to town just just look it up and then please give this man the credit he is due you may not like him any more but give him his credit!!!
    Title town living up to its name RODGERS for MVP!!!!!
    Love the PACK hate the state to darn cold GO PACK GO!!!!

  42. packsoldier says:
    Dec 8, 2014 3:36 PM

    Packer fans complaining about Brett Farve as their QB is like complaining about being married to Sofia Vegara and getting mad when she gets a parking ticket while driving your car. Dude! You’re married to Sofia Vegara!

    What if Sofia left you for an ugly purple troll?
    ————————————
    You mean after you told Sofia you were going to sleep with somebody else, but still wanted her as your “backup”? Dude….you had it comin….

  43. Bart Starr Super Bowl Rings – 2

    Brett Favre Super Bowl Rings – 1

    Aaron Rodgers Super Bowl Rings -1

    Need I go on Minnesota??? By the end of tonights game Favre will be seen chanting “MVP” to #12.

  44. Call Packer fans all the names you want PURPLE TROLLS. The fact is we still have more hall of famers, more class, and oh that’s right………………
    MORE LOMBARDI TROPHYS!!!!

    GO PACK GO!!!

  45. As a Packer fan, those who still hold “Favre being Favre against Favre” goes further than just going to the Vikings for a few years. It goes back to the years of hemming and hawing, handing out ultimatums, threatening to retire, demanding trades, whining about not wanting to learn new playbooks, and blowing several playoffs along the way. Pretty much summed up by his three night interview on Greta and the interview about a half year later when he said his problem with Ted Thompson was the drafting to two QB’s and “closing the door on me”.

    Favre was very talented physically (low end emotionally), and he – by all means – turned in a HOF career. There’s nothing to not appreciate about that. But the narrative that he did it by himself, did it instantly, and all should simply be forgiven is not necessarily correct. The reality is without the Green Bay Packers – Harlan, Wolf, Holmgren, Marriuci, White, Butler, Freeman, Winters, Green, Levens etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc, – Favre would have been Bubby Brister 2.0 (literally if he’d gone to Denver instead of Green Bay as could have happened). And then to have it all end in 2008 with Favre acting like he was ABOVE the team that made who he was was too much to take. When he clearly implied he was supposed to be the de facto GM when he didn’t seem to do his own job during single elimination time, was enough to be done with him. I was done with him BEFORE he went to the Vikings.

    And then he acts like he’s above the Jets, and then acts like he’s above the Vikings, and it was clear he thought he was above the NFL as a whole. And all that was made clear – post Green Bay – is that he can take a team into the playoffs but he’ll have a big turnover game and kill your chances and that the likes of Holmgren and Gruden and Reid and Thompson and Rodgers could get teams to the Super Bowl, and perhaps win it, without Favre within a country mile. A lot of former associates got further along than he did without him. He wasn’t bigger than ANYBODY. Favre was a Dan Fouts/Jim Kelly caliber guy who somehow walked away with all the credit for a very good to great TEAM. And it went to his head.

    So, by all means, get the ceremonies over with and we all can move on. I won’t be there, I won’t watch. AND, if Aaron Rodgers decides to go that route, he will get the same outcome. But I don’t think he will. Rodgers might be less naturally athletic (though he more than makes up for it with discipline) but he’s light years ahead emotionally, so I doubt it would happen. Rodgers might play out with another team, but he’ll handle it all with maturity.

  46. bridgeh2o says: Dec 8, 2014 4:16 PM

    I heard Brett is wearing his VIKING purple #4 jersey tonight!!!!

    Go Brett Go!!!!!!!

    =================================

    Yeah, it kind of clashes with his Packers Super Bowl ring he is sporting tonight though.

  47. @ granadafan says:
    Dec 8, 2014 2:11 PM
    Not a Packers (or Vikings) fan,
    ————————————————————————-
    Time to crawl out from under the logs Granadafan,

    They would have had a Brett Favre jersey retirement this fall but when Bart Starr had his stroke and heart attack, Brett decided to hold off until Bart got healthy enough to attend. He is very tight with Bart and wanted Bart to be part of the ceremony. Bart is recovering and should be better come next fall.

  48. For the Packers sake hopefully Favre’s coming to town to teach Lacy about proper diet and exercise before he hits 3 bills.

  49. They should name a street after him. He was the face of the franchise for a long time, and a great one at that. Let by-gones be by-gones and honor Brett!

  50. ‘As a Bengals fan I can say I’m incredibly jealous. To go from Brett Favre to Aaron Rodgers is ridiculously unfair.’
    Dont be jealous be angry that your Bengals management team didnt draft Aaron Rodgers when they had the chance,AR slipped way down the draft board where Ted Thompson of the Packers was waiting.many teams passed on AR which is one reason the draft is really a crapshoot.

  51. Welcome Back Brett. Never had an issue with the way things went down. I am not a 13 year old girl who’s feelings were hurt. Everyone get over it already.

    #Respect our legends!

  52. typical favre. he is coming to meet starr. Wont be at the game,but lets everyone know he is coming. its about him of course

  53. Next to Lombardi Trophy number 3, my fondest memory of Brett is when he threw that pick to Tracy Porter that kept the Vikings from getting to the Superbowl.

    I can still hear Paul Allen shrieking:

    “But you can take a knee, and try a 55 yard field goal!!!

    THIS IS NOT DETROIT MAN, THIS IS THE SUPERBOWL!!!!”

    LOL

    Memories.

  54. crownofthehelmet says:
    Dec 8, 2014 4:54 PM

    For the Packers sake hopefully Favre’s coming to town to teach Lacy about proper diet and exercise before he hits 3 bills.
    —————————————-

    It’s next weekend when Lacy starts hitting the Bills. Keep up.

  55. I’m from Madison Wisconsin, I am a huge hockey fan, always thought baseball and football were too slow. The only reason I started watching football was because of Brett Favre. He made me love the game. He always had “the eye of the tiger”, gave it all he had. He may not be the “best”, but he is the greatest the NFL has ever had.

  56. Today was the day the Packers finally did the right thing by Favre who did more for the Packers franchise and the youth of this city (by way of extremely generous donations, parks and facilities with access for disabled children, etc.) than all the ridiculous ‘boo birds’ realize.

    Just as he gave up millions of dollars under the salary cap because he played for love of the game and the Green Bay Packers, a team which has finally, at LONG last thanked him in the way he so richly deserves, so also did he serve the greater good of Green Bay and surrounding communities. It’s too little too late and I’ll never feel the same about football or Packers management again after seeing so many years of loyalty and self sacrifice paid back in such an underhanded and filthy way (even stooping to hiring a PR team owned by Ari Fleischer, GW Bush’s former Presidential Spokesman to sully Favre’s reputation) was the final straw–and this is a matter of record, not a conspiracy theory.

    On the other hand, Favre is a class act. Media cannot STAND a class act, too boring, so much ado was made about rumors and innuendos and things most young people do as a matter of course these days.

    A lot of Favre’s most vocal detractors are people who were not alive through the lean decades and who lack the sophistication to understand all the nuance involved in what happened when Favre was forced out of Green Bay …probably at the insistence of, and certainly in favor of a younger, admittedly talented (thanks to generous coaching by Favre), and excessively injury prone and markedly …to be kind I’ll say “slower to consider himself healthy enough to play” QB.

    I miss our IRON MAN. There will never be another like him. I’m thrilled to have watched him play and proud to have been an acquaintance Brett and Deanna Favre.

  57. Much ado about nothing. Sure took long for this “reunion” to officially happen…freezing rain-soaked grown men packed in the stands (standing ovation of course…) holding their enormous bladders and denying hotdog cravings, so that they could literally cry their eyes out at Favre being honored (shocked to watch a DRY eyed Favre more so than cameras panning across middle aged men shamelessly bawling).

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