Brett Favre Is Over It, Packers May Not Be
Brett Favre is talking about the Green Bay Packers again because, let’s face it — he has nothing else to do and needs attention.
So what does Favre have to say this time? Well, as you’d expect, he’s doing his usual ass-kissing routine, but he also says he’s over it. Over what? Well, being a petty dick toward the organization that made him, I guess.
“Even though it’s a shame the way things went down, as time goes by, it’s kind of like a girl, you just get over it,” Favre said in an ESPN podcast.
He then did a song and dance about how good Aaron Rodgers is and how thankful he was to be part of the Packers organization.
Although the Packers have said they’ll retire his number, they obviously haven’t made any effort to bring him back into the fold in the near future (the Hall of Fame did, but he rebuffed them).
“I know that day, how it will unfold, I have no idea when that will happen. I don’t think their side is thinking about that. They’re trying to get back to the Super Bowl, and really I’ve got my plate full. I think that’s good for both sides, not that we don’t need to shake hands and move on. I think in some ways that has happened, but I do see the day, it’s going to happen. When? I have no idea.”
So the Packers aren’t thinking about Brett Favre.
Funny. Neither are we.
Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.