January 2, 2011 at 6:00 pm in INFORUM
Brett Favre says it’s time for him to call it a career. Continue Reading
Tags: Brett Favre, favre, Football, Minnesota Vikings, Sports, Vikings 9 Comments »
Good, his career should follow his legacy which has also ended.
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I bet he really wishes he wouldn’t have come back this year especially with all the ghosts that came out of the closet!
Why would he regret millions of dollars for 10 games. What will he do after this to make any money? Car salesman?
If he has been smart he shouldn’t have to make anymore money.
Thank God! What a child this man is! Spoiled, rich and whatever. Glad he’ll be gone.
Too bad few others on the team showed up this year. The whole season has been a joke starting with the fake trip to Mississippi, that supposedly convinced him to come back. Yes the trip happened, but anyone with an IQ over 21 would realize that nobody makes decisions that quickly. He had decided weeks before, the escort of 3 was a media ploy by the Vikings. Funny, but the media still calls that trip “the moment that Farve made his decision”.
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I’m not sure why Rygr22′s comments were tagged as “trolling”. The comments were legitimate and on topic:
People are douches, Favre will forever be a football great. His off the field actions have nothing to do with the football player and teammate he was. He will always live in the memories of people as being a great player, and one that truly loved the game he played.
As a total fan of the GAME of football, I whole heartedly agree Katy. Even when Favre was a Packer and I hated the Packer, I respected Favre as a Player of the Game. If players today played with even half the passion as he did there would be some extremely great games every given Sunday. Thanks for the memories of all your great moments #4.
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