There’s an awful lot going on here. Green Bay Packers, Brett Favre, Wisconsin, a cheesehead. This piece comes from artist Bob Dod and we want to know more!
Brett Favre hasn’t been real happy with the way the Green Bay Packers handled his number retirement or Packers Hall of Fame induction, but says they got one thing right.
Fans have scooped up all of the tickets to watch Brett Favre be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in Lambeau Field. Gone are 67,000 seats in one day.
Is the Green Bay Packers organization fed up with Brett Favre? Hard to draw another conclusion after they declined to host his flag football game this summer.
We’ve unearthed a beauty for you. It’s a “legends” tribute to Brett Favre, shot at the time of his retirement from the Green Bay Packers. And there’s Lance Armstrong!
Remember when you were like, “Man, I wish there was a sweet country jam about Brett Favre.” No? Oh, well, here it is anyway. It’s called Old Number Four. Yeeeehaaaaw!
When it became known that the Green Bay Packers would retire Brett Favre’s number against the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving, the scalpers went bonkers.
The Green Bay Packers will get a Thanksgiving night game with the Chicago Bears. That is also when the Packers will unveil Brett Favre’s retired number in Lambeau Field.
The PGA Championship is being held in Wisconsin this year, so naturally, they rounded up a bunch of former Green Bay Packers to promote the event. Check out Brett Favre, Sterling Sharpe and Charles Woodson.
Brett Favre lost a bet to Tim McGraw. In losing, Favre agreed to sing one of McGraw’s songs. Here is footage of that frightening event.
Brett Favre and some young girls? You bet. Actually, it appears to be Brett with his daughter’s high school volleyball team, so it’s only semi-creepy.
Brett Favre was the gunslinger on the field. He’s a killer off it. Just put a rifle in his hand and let him run loose in the woods. He’ll kill something!
The Green Bay Packers organization has come up with a totally shitty compromise to let fans be part of Brett Favre’s induction into the Packers Hall. Fans, predictably, aren’t happy.
It’s the question of the greatest Green Bay Packers quarterback of all time. The answer is simple or it should be, but not to the clowns who voted on this.
The Green Bay Packers have come up with a solution to let fans attend Brett Favre’s induction into the Packers Hall of Fame. It’s a shitty solution, but a solution nonetheless.
Brett Favre took some time out of his busy schedule of making demands to catch some sweet volleyball action over the weekend. He probably made some demands there too.
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.