People in Wisconsin are starting to like Brett Favre again. For the first time in a while, his favorability has crept back to 50 percent in the state.
Can’t get enough Brett Favre? Well, lucky you. You might just be getting a full-time dose of him soon. The NFL Network is in hot pursuit of the gunslinger.
Ted Thompson — the guy responsible for the Green Bay Packers divorce from Brett Favre — says he thinks it’s great the organization is trying to reconcile.
Brett Favre is a gourmet chef. Did you not know that? Here’s Favre in his kitchen way back in 1995, when he was the king of Green Bay. Caption it.
The Green Bay Packers want to retire Brett Favre’s number, but not everyone is on that boat. Here’s the petition for those of you who never want to see it happen.
The Green Bay Packers will not be retiring Brett Favre’s number this season. Well, thanks Murph! That gives them two more seasons to do so before Favre enters the Hall of Fame.
Former Green Bay Packers center and Brett Favre’s best friend, Frank Winters, says Favre is one of the five best of all time. Uh… no he isn’t, Frank.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says the organization will retire Brett Favre’s number prior to his induction into the Hall of Fame in 2016. Hooray!
Brett Favre is pushing pain cream, which has supposedly cured all his ailments. The company that makes said cream sounds shady as hell though. Appropriate.
Brett Favre says Aaron Rodgers will break most of his records. Realistically, there’s no way in hell. Here’s the breakdown and why Brett Favre is a phony.