The date was Feb. 10, 1992 when the Green Bay Packers acquired quarterback Brett Favre from the Atlanta Falcons. The trade spawned this headline back in the day.
Brett Favre is now more or less demanding that the Packers Hall of Fame move his induction ceremony inside Lambeau Field so that fans can attend. You go, Lord Favre.
While the national media was busy making non-news into a story about Brett Favre, we went and found a real story about Favre. He’s inviting you to the gun show!
Brett Favre will go into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame this summer, but you won’t be able to attend. That is, unless the Hall takes this suggestion to heart.
Today we take a journey all the way back to 1987, when a handsome youngster signed his letter of intent with Southern Miss. Behold, the Brett Favre mullet!
The Green Bay Packers and the Packers Hall of Fame have seemingly taken careful steps to make sure no yahoos will get to see Brett Favre inducted this summer.
Someone has gone and dug up Brett Favre again in order to ask him about Aaron Rodgers. Hey Brett, do you hate Aaron Rodgers? Preposterous, says Brett! Unfortunately for Favre, this is the narrative he’s created.
Brett Favre believes Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is the best in the game, but he doesn’t think he should win the MVP this year. Favre likes Dreamboat for that honor.
It’s NFC Championship weekend. Brett Favre played in some NFC Championship games. Here’s one of them, which we choose to remember today. Great job, Brett!
After causing a huge stir, Brett Favre made a brief appearance in Green Bay on Monday, only to snub his fans once again and not show up at Lambeau Field.
Brett Favre is in Green Bay today, which has some people speculating that he’ll make an appearance at Lambeau Field tonight. That appears very unlikely.
Hey everyone, it’s Bearded Brett Favre stopping by to tell us the Green Bay Packers are the best team in the NFC and are going to the Super Bowl. Wooooo!
Media whore Jenn Sterger crawled out from her hole this week to have a little fun with her former suitor, Brett Favre. Good to know she’s still alive.
Brett Favre was scheduled to make his grand return to Lambeau Field on Nov. 9. Now, that isn’t going to happen because Brett can’t go it alone.
Brett Favre is about to lose the all-time passing touchdowns mark to Peyton Manning and he’s being pretty gracious about the whole thing. Surprise!
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers just played his 99th game for the team. How do his numbers stack up with one Brett Favre through 99 games? Pretty favorably.
Brett Favre will obviously take any endorsement that comes his way. Here he is for MicroTouch, which gives unwanted insight into his grooming habits.
Old Man Brett Favre is working out like a boss, probably plotting one last, great comeback.
The Brett Favre Goodwill Tour is underway. In speaking with WTMJ, Favre explained how he has no regrets and then explained how he did have regrets.
The Green Bay Packers made a sort of public reconciliation with Brett Favre at a press conference on Monday. And boy, what a joke that was. It’s as if part of history has been erased.