4:26 AM EDT, Thu July 24, 2014

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Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice has decided to retire, a source has told Pro Football Talk. The source adds that Rice's history of concussion is the foremost reason why he will call it a career at 27. Rice was a fantasy star with Brett Favre and the Vikings in 2009. He caught 83 passes for 1,312 and eight touchdowns. But he missed 25 games over the following four seasons, and he suffered a concussion in 2010 and 2011. Rice also missed significant time after hip surgery in 2010 and tore an ACL last year. Outside of 2009, Rice's best season was 2012: 50 catches for 748 yards and seven...

Brett Favre: Cutler 'has all the tools'

Jay Cutler can take the Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl, according to future Hall of Famer Brett Favre, who believes the enigmatic quarterback might now be hitting his prime. Asked on ESPN 1000’s “Carmen and Jurko” show on Monday whether Chicago could advance to the Super Bowl with Cutler under center, Favre said “I think they can,” adding that it appears the Bears are finally starting to put enough talent around the quarterback after focusing for so many years on the defense.
Chicago Tribune Jul 21, 2014

Favre won't worry about Lambeau boos

ESPN.com reports: Brett Favre told ESPN 1000 in Chicago that he's not worried that Green Bay Packers fans will boo him when he returns to Lambeau, despite previous claims.

Favre won't worry about Lambeau boos

ESPN.com reports: Brett Favre told ESPN 1000 in Chicago that he's not worried that Green Bay Packers fans will boo him when he returns to Lambeau, despite previous claims.
Baltimore Sun Jul 21, 2014

Favre won't worry about Lambeau boos

ESPN.com reports: Brett Favre told ESPN 1000 in Chicago that he's not worried that Green Bay Packers fans will boo him when he returns to Lambeau, despite previous claims.

Favre says he's not worried about being booed after all

 Photo/ Brett Favre now says he’s not worried about being booed upon his return to Lambeau Field – whenever that is. GREEN BAY – Not even two weeks after Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy said that the team was not anticipating retiring Brett Favre’s No. 4 this season – and acknowledged that both the iconic quarterback and the organization were concerned about Favre fans having a negative reaction to him upon his return – Favre said Monday that he’s not in fact worried about being booed.Speaking on the Carmen & Jurko show on ESPN 1000 in Chicago, Favre disputed the...
Acme Packing Company Jul 21, 2014

Brett Favre Discusses his Return to the Packers on Chicago Radio

Former Packers quarterback Brett Favre made an appearance on Chicago Radio Monday to discuss his new project and his eventual return to the Packers. Describing himself these days as a Kenny Rodgers lookalike, former Packers quarterback Brett Favre appeared on Chicago's ESPN 1000 to discuss his new business venture SQOR and his eventual return to the Packers. Responding to a question about the place of social media in his life, Favre stated little interest (a strange answer given that SQOR itself is a social media platform). Favre explained that, like many men of a similar age, he has...
KFFL Jul 11, 2014

Packers | Won't retire Brett Favre's jersey yet

The Green Bay Packers will ...

Brett Favre's No. 4 won't be retired this season

Mark Murphy, the Packers’ president and CEO, said that while there had been “good conversations” between the team and Brett Favre, a jersey retirement ceremony would not be held this season.
Big Cat Country Jun 25, 2014

Aaron Rodgers supports Jaguars sitting Blake Bortles

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who sat early in his NFL career, supports what the Jaguars are doing with rookie Blake Bortles. The Jacksonville Jaguars have made it known they plan to sit rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, at least initially, to start the 2014 season and current Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers supports that idea. Rodgers sat for a few seasons behind Brett Favre before taking over. "What they are doing has a lot of merit," Rodgers told Dan Pompei of Sports On Earth, in regards to the Jaguars sitting Bortles. "Some of these guys who are going to bad...

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  • 10 Vernon Davis

    Vernon Davis

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  • 10 Jason Babin

    Jason Babin

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  • 8 Rob Gronkowski

    Rob Gronkowski

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  • 7 Tony Romo

    Tony Romo

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