What in the world is going on with Brett Favre? He's doing Hall of Fame stuff. He's wandering around aimlessly. He's flying planes. He's wearing the same clothes.
Not surprisingly, the NFL wants the Green Bay Packers to play in the Hall of Fame game, which would mean a fifth preseason game. Good thing? Nope.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is now a Pro Football Hall of Famer, but he still doesn't believe it. Here's what he said after being elected.
It was a foregone conclusion, but Brett Favre is now a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Former Packers linebackers coach Kevin Greene joins him in the class of 2016.
Brett Favre talked about his return to Green Bay and Packers fans' reaction to him, which was nothing short of hero worship. Favre says he needed that.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre will officially be elected to the Hall of Fame this weekend. That's making him all kinds of humble.
Brett Favre is at the Super Bowl. Mike Holmgren is at the Super Bowl. That made for a very jolly reunion between player and coach. Brett made the rounds.
It's all a mere formality, but we were reminded that Brett Favre will be entering the Hall of Fame this year when the 15 modern-day finalists were announced, Thursday.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre has added another item to his resume. He's now also a triathlete. Favre competed over the weekend.
Brett Favre appeared on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday and did what he did best. Slingin' guns! Here's Favre throwing some balls at Fallon.
There was a time before social media when athletes did whatever they wanted. Like Brett Favre and Chuck Cecil in this video right here. Mind blown.
The Green Bay Packers will close the Brett Favre reconciliation chapter on Thanksgiving, but there's more Favre coming. It reminds us it wasn't such a feel-good story.
This would have been one hell of a party, once upon a time. These days, it's just a couple of old dudes trading style tips. Wade Boggs meets Brett Favre.
Despite a setback earlier this year, it appears that legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr will be on hand to for Brett Favre's number retirement.
Bart Starr's family believes the legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback will be healthy enough to be in Green Bay for Brett Favre's number retirement.
Dave Dameshek speculates about what would have happened if the Green Bay Packers had taken Brett Favre back in 2008. Not pretty in a lot of ways.