The Brett Favre documentary Last Day At Lambeau will premier at the Wisconsin Film Festival in April. Here’s your primer of what we’re sure will be the must-see film of the year.
We all rejoiced when Brett Favre joined Twitter. We loved all of his homespun wisdom. Alas, it was all for naught. Favre’s people revealed the account was hacked earlier this week and they’re powerless to do anything about it. Idiots.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is a fountain of knowledge. Just check out his Twitter account. We bring you the best of Brett Favre on Twitter.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre may have gone and joined himself some Twitter. Of course, there are two new accounts — both claiming to be the real one. We get to the bottom of this mess so you can heckle Favre properly.
We’re taking a look at Green Bay Packers who are or potentially could be bound for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We break down the chances of three current players and one former player.
Green Bay Packers receiver Greg Jennings has already made up his mind. He says Aaron Rodgers is a better quarterback than Brett Favre. Here’s why.
Yeah, that’s right. We’ve got Brett Favre’s Christmas card right here for you. It’s just as awesome as you knew it would be. Check it out!
A source close to Brett Favre says he’s listen to the Chicago Bears want him to play. The Bears seem more likely to stick with the quarterbacks they have in house, though.
Brett Favre is defending the comments he made about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers earlier this week. Of course, his ego won’t let him do the right and obvious thing.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers fell into a good situation according to Brett Favre. Here’s the quote that’s causing all the fuss. Tell us what you think Favre’s message sends.
Former Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre made his broadcasting debut on Saturday. Here’s what we learned, along with video.
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was in Hattiesburg, Miss. this weekend, fueling speculation he might try to sign Brett Favre if Peyton Manning isn’t ready to start the season. And it begins again!
Everybody hates Brett Favre. That much he knows. If he were to play again, it’s also the only reason he’d do so. But that probably isn’t going to happen.
The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly interested in Brett Favre as a backup to Michael Vick. Although it’s probably a long shot, we all know how these things go.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joe Webb is working out with Brett Favre, which means two things — Favre is probably actually retired and Webb will soon be able to throw interceptions with the all-time greats.
Not that anyone needs to help out in this department because it always has a life of its own, but NFL.com’s Gil Brandt has opened the door on the possible return of one Brett Favre… again. Brandt says Favre might be getting the itch again, but this year things are a little different.
Certainly, this is another subjective list, but it’s hard to argue with the Green Bay Packers as the franchise with the best quarterbacks in NFL history. The important thing to note here is quarterbacks is plural, so this isn’t a Johnny Unitas vs. Joe Montana argument. NFL.com’s Dave Dameshek recently took a look at every NFL […]
Pro Football Talk counted down the four worst moments in Green Bay Packers history since 1987, which was the last season with a work stoppage. Here’s their list. 4. Brett Favre’s return to Lambeau Field as a member of the Minnesota Vikings 3. 4th-and-26 (2003 NFC Divisional loss to Philadelphia) 2. Super Bowl XXXII loss […]
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy stated the obvious again, yesterday: the team is going to retire Brett Favre’s number. There are no plans to do it anytime soon, though. Speaking on the team’s Tailgate Tour, Murphy said the Packers want to make sure Favre is really retired first.
Now that Brett Favre is supposedly retired for good, he needs something to do besides collect evil glares from Deanna and text lewd messages to the tart he met at the local Big Star. That something, at least according to the Lord Brett Favre himself, is coaching or television work. Favre was interviewed by Hattiesburg’s (Miss.) NBC affiliate at his football camp on Thursday, telling the station he’s starting a new career.