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Brett Favre Rumors & News
- Height: 6-2
- Weight: 222
- Age 41
- Seasons: 20
- Salary: 12,000,000
- College: Southern Miss
Green Bay Press-Gazette Dec 3, 2013
While Brett Favre isn't sure what he'll be doing next year, he does know what he'll be doing on Friday: Trying to win a Mississippi high school state championship.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Dec 3, 2013
HATTIESBURG, Miss. -- Although Brett Favre isn't sure what he'll be doing next year, he does know what he'll be doing Friday: trying to win a Mississippi high school state championship.
Audibles | SI.com Nov 25, 2013
Before the 2012 season, the NFL voted to bring the postseason overtime rules to the regular season. Those postseason rules, implemented after the New Orleans Saints had the unmitigated gall to force Brett Favre from a Super Bowl berth in the 2009 NFC Championship game, gave each team a chance to score unless the first […]
Jason Wilde Blog | ESPN Milwaukee Nov 15, 2013
Photo/ Brett Favre spent 16 years with the Packers and is experiencing memory loss, he says. GREEN BAY – Brett Favre doesn’t have a son – although he does have a grandson, Parker Brett. Based on the former Green Bay Packers quarterback’s comments to NBC’s Today show Friday, the little guy probably won’t be playing the game his grandfather became a legend playing.Favre, who has two daughters, Brittany and Breleigh, said in an interview that will air Monday on Today that if he had a son, he would be “real leery” of letting him play football. “In some respects, I’m...
Gang Green Nation Nov 9, 2013
Very few people at the start of the season thought the Jets would be 5-4 at this point. Possibly even fewer thought the Jets could get through their seemingly rough October and early November stretch of Atlanta, Pittsburgh, New England, Cincinnati, and New Orleans at 3-2. How have the Jets been able to do it? There are many reasons. Below are my top five reasons. 1. Improved quarterback play A quarterback is really important in the NFL. The Jets do not exactly have a passing game that has lit the NFL on fire. The Jets are low to middle of the pack in many major statistical categories. There...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Nov 8, 2013
The Green Bay Packers elevated former Wisconsin Badger Scott Tolzien from the practice squad this week to be their No. 2 QB. Tolzien chatted with Tyler Dunne about watching Brett Favre as a kid in Illinois, the Badgers’ upset of No. 1 Ohio State and why he admires Michael Jordan.
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