Brett Favre Has Some Ideas About Packers New Coach

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Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre says he would not coach the team. However, he has some ideas about who might be a good fit.

Favre named former Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who was the offensive coordinator at Alabama, and Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson.

Pederson was Favre’s backup for two stints in Green Bay.

The Pederson name is a surprise. Favre says he has no idea if Pederson would leave Philadelphia. And in fact, since he’s under contract with the Eagles, the Packers would have to give up some draft pick compensation in order to get him.

That scenario is highly unlikely.

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7 Comments on "Brett Favre Has Some Ideas About Packers New Coach"

    • PF4L

      Yea, that star went dark at the end of Super Bowl XLIX.

      Most of these kind of recommendations are not usually based on football acumen, they are mostly based on friendships.

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