Posts tagged Brett Favre
We’ve got a sexy little treat for you this fine Friday morning — one of our favorite Green Bay Packers fans, Ashlynn Brooke. If you’re unfamiliar with Ashlynn or her work, get over to Google or just click the link above to check out her site. I will warn you, it’s decidedly unsafe for both […]
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.
They have a marathon in Boston at some point every year. I don’t pay attention. Running that far is for idiots and people who can’t afford rice. Oh! Look! I beat my personal best! Oh! Look! I can buy my starving Ethiopian family a bag of rice by pawning this medal! Oh! Look! I proved […]
And here it is. The second part of the Jenn Sterger interview from Good Morning America. Today, we find out Jenn is still daddy’s little girl and people are assholes. The more I hear her talk, the less I believe she’s a victim.
Jenn Sterger speaks. I can’t say she said anything terribly surprising, but see for yourself. As for Brett Favre, “He was like that guy at the bar that wouldn’t give up.” So, in other words, a douche?
You knew this day would come and I’m sure you were waiting with bated breath. Jenn Sterger will appear on Good Morning America this week to discuss Brett Favre’s pursuit of her when both were with the New York Jets. Said pursuit ultimately led to all of us getting to see Favre’s tiny penis, something […]
This must be his penance for sending those dirty text messages. Brett Favre will be hosting a 7-on-7 football camp for high school players at Southern Mississippi on June 14. The proceeds, which will probably be plentiful, will go to benefit his wife Deanna’s charity, Favre 4 Hope. “I look forward to spending the day […]
This person’s parents shouldn’t have reproduced. Other than that, I have no words. Oh, it’s a Chicago Cubs jersey. Good luck breaking your unparalleled record of futility. (Via Deadspin)
Just like that, the Brett Favre to the Carolina Panthers rumors are dead. Although we didn’t believe it, we told you about the rumor yesterday, after some tool from Minnesota wrote about it in a newspaper column. It’s already been debunked.
Quarterback Brett Favre may return to the NFL for the 2011 season, according to Charley Walters of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, but not with the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings seem intent on choosing a quarterback in this year’s draft and possibly adding a veteran like the Washington Redskins Donovan McNabb as a bridge until he’s ready.
We haven’t speculated about Brett Favre coming out of retirement and for good reason. Favre maintained 2010 was his last season throughout the year and even went so far as to file his retirement papers with the league once the season is over. Every indication is Brett Favre is retired from football. Of course, this is Brett Favre we’re talking about. He’s come out of retirement three times already.
It seems like we were talking about this at this time last year. Oh yeah, we were. Then-Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was clearly on his way out of Philly and Brett Favre was giving every indication he planned on staying retired, which, in hindsight would have been a tremendous idea. So, why not reunite McNabb with his former offensive coordinator, then-Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress? Obviously, a lot has changed since then.
You know I can never resist the opportunity to gaze upon Jenn Sterger’s breasts, so I was uber excited when I found out she finally sued someone. Unfortunately, it’s not the someone you think. No, the statute of limitations has run out on Sterger’s chance to sue Brett Favre. Instead, she’s decided to sue Phil Reese. If you’re saying to yourself, “Self, that name sounds vaguely familiar,” that’s because it should. Reese was Sterger’s “manager” and the moron prancing around issuing statements and giving interviews on Sterger’s behalf during the Great Brett Favre Cock Text investigation of 2010.
I’ll make this short and sweet because I was doing just fine not talking about Brett Favre or his penis.
The satirical Krewe D’Etat, which holds their own parade the Friday before Fat Tuesday at Mardi Gras, had a float featuring none other than former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre taking a pic of his tiny penis.
Green Bay Packers cornerback Charles Woodson was on Jim Rome’s show today and, of course, Brett Favre somehow managed to work his way into the conversation.
Rome asked Woodson about Favre’s relationship with Aaron Rodgers — Rodgers reportedly still harbors some bitterness toward Favre — and about the possibility of Favre reaching out to his former understudy.
I’m sure you remember Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, who had to pass the U.S. Senate resolution honoring the Green Bay Packers, and then had the gall to say the Minnesota Vikings will win it in 2012.
I mean, if there was ever a Senator with her head up her ass…
Well, apparently such delusions extend to Minnesota Vikings players, as well.
Although both guys say the appropriate things publicly, there isn’t a real relationship between Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the guy he succeeded, Brett Favre, and there may never be.
Rodgers is still at least somewhat bitter over the way Favre treated him when they were teammates and rightfully so.
The Favre barn, which sits on Highway 10/45 in Winnebago County, is no more.
The red barn, which featured the message 4 ever in our heart (the heart was broken) as a tribute to former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, has been redecorated.
It’s now a tribute to Aaron Rodgers.