Brett Favre would talk to the Bears if they lost their damn minds and picked up the phone to call him.
Brett Favre realizes he’s actually retired and not a topic of conversation, reenters public eye.
Brett Favre’s name is just one of many bizarre Super Bowl prop bet subjects.
The Trib discovers its feminine side.
Or as Tennyson puts it later in “Ulysses“: “Though much is taken, much abides. . . ; that which we are, we are;” Numbers I came up with because I was curious and thought you might be too: “Brett Favre” plus “legacy” — Google hits: 132,000“Brett Favre” plus “legacy” plus “tarnished” — Google hits: 59,900 […]
Peter King: “By [signing Brett Farve] now, Childress loses Rosenfels and Tarvaris Jackson….” LOL. Actually, I have a great deal of affection for Tarvaris Jackson, the Vikings’ never-quite-quarterback of the future, who finished last year with 9 TDs, 2 INTs, and a 95.3 rating, including wins over the Giants and Cardinals, despite spending the season […]
Why aren’t the NFL and the media making a bigger deal out of Brett Favre passing Dan Marino as the all-time passing yardage leader?