Brett Favre delivered a passionate and lengthy speech that nearly reached 40 minutes on Saturday night as the ex-Packer, Jet, and Viking quarterback was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
If there is one thing we’ve learned about Brett Favre over the years, it’s that he doesn’t know when to say when sometimes.
The tumultuous relationship between Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers is receiving some much needed fixing. Reportedly, the Packers will retire Favre’s No. 4 and induct him into the team’s Hall of Fame in 2015.
A few years back, I posted a look at Brett Favre’s place in history through unusual means. It’s time for an updated rundown of who makes the cut.
So, remember Super Bowl Sunday when Brett Favre came out of hiding with a ferocious looking beard? He is back again and so is the beard.
Give Brett Favre a few months in between appearances on TV and he now looks like Harrison Ford’s Richard Kimble from The Fugitive. Favre made a cameo appearance during NFL Network’s Super Bowl pre-game show on Sunday afternoon.
Everyone’s favorite gunslinger appeared at the Superdome on Saturday night during the Lions-Saints playoff game.
Do you recognize this man? Well, apparently people in Green Bay did and thought it was actually Brett Favre.
I am going to turn off the Brett Favre bat signal. He’s finished. Yes, he has tricked us before. Yes, he is not exactly a man of his word.
Some knucklehead felt it was necessary to buy a Brett Favre Eagles jersey, just in case he pops up in Philadelphia, which might happen. According to reports, the Eagles are interested in signing Favre as a backup to Michael Vick.