The Brett Favre saga comes to its dramatic conclusion in this, the final installment. Today we take you through Brett’s time with the Vikings and the end of his career.
It’s part two in the Brett Favre saga. In this installment, we take you from the moment Brett retired from the Green Bay Packers until he was traded to the New York Jets.
You can expect to see Brett Favre back on the Green Bay Packers sideline this season. We take you through the events that led to this point. Here’s part one.
The Green Bay Packers wanted former quarterback Brett Favre to return to Green Bay last season. That didn’t work out, but he’s almost certain to return this year.
Johnny Manziel sat down with Jon Gruden for a chat and to watch some film of former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre. Manziel was impressed.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre has been sporting a beard and let us tell you, The Brett Favre Beard is one glorious beard. Let’s take a look!
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre can relate to Peyton Manning. Manning’s legacy is being questioned because he only has won one Super Bowl.
Is Brett Favre still a champion? You’re goddam right! Old Favrelous led his his Oak Grove high school team to a state title as offensive coordinator.
The pipeline flows one way. The Minnesota Vikings like to sign up former Green Bay Packers because they can’t develop their own. We rank these scumbags.
Brett Favre knows when to walk away… from something. It wasn’t football, but he knows when to walk away from pie. Here’s the awesome new ad from Foot Locker.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre was on the TODAY show, talking about concussions, memory loss and the Miami Dolphins, among other things.
There’s a report that the Green Bay Packers have reached out to Brett Favre in the wake of Aaron Rodgers’ injury. His agent had debunked it. Interesting.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is in demand. Still. At least two teams have asked Favre to come back this season. He’s not having it, though.
Brett Favre was on NFL Network on Sunday talking about returning to face your former team. He knows something about that. Also, Aaron Rodgers is his fantasy QB.
The Detroit Lions are awful. Well, maybe not so much this year, but normally. We dug out some classic Packers-Lions footage because why the hell not?
Brett Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, says his client could play in the NFL again today. This is how it always begins and pretty soon Favre is back in the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals. They met on September 20, 1992, which was Brett Favre’s coming out party. Here’s the legendary drive.
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.
Brett Favre cooking! We asked readers to give us their best caption for this photo and here are the finalists. Now get to voting! There’s real swag on the line!