Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is weighing in on the hotly-contested Mississippi U.S. Senate race. In a new ad from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Favre, a Mississippi native who once played at the University of Southern Mississippi, strongly backs Republican Senator Thad Cochran for re-election, Politico reported Wednesday. Show More Summary
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre is looking to return to football, and he wants to be with the team where most of his career was spent. While a USA Today timeline of events shows that things didn’t go so well in the late 2000s, Favre said that “things are much better” now in
Grinning like Santa.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – In the long-running saga of when Brett Favre will return to Green Bay for an appearance at Lambeau Field, the former Packers quarterback advanced the story by incrementally on Thursday. In an interview on SiriusXM NFL...Show More Summary
The year was 2008. That was the first year Aaron Rodgers became a starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers after sitting behind the legendary Brett Favre for the first three years of his NFL career in Titletown. So, what happened that year that hasn't happened since for No. Show More Summary
The Packers’ charity softball game has passed from Brett Favre to Donald Driver to Jordy Nelson. Nelson, who is entering the final year of his contract, hopes to keep not be passing it off after only one year. “My wife and I have enjoyed it,” Nelson said Sunday, via Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. …
The retirement of Brett Favre or as most Packer fans call him, #4, has very little do with Bass Fishing.... And for the most part, I try to keep this Blog about bass fishing and outdoors topics, as native Minnesotan and life long Vikings fan, this is just really good stuff....
It was the signature moment in Dwight Lowery's six-year NFL career. "Monday Night Football." New York Jets vs. Minnesota Vikings. Minnesota's Brett Favre was determined to get revenge against one of his old teams as he tried to engineer one of those magical, last-minute comebacks. Show More Summary
These heart-wrenching, inspirational stories turn out both ways in sports, without much respect for compassion or conscience. Back in December of 2003, Brett Favre decided to play just one day after his father suddenly died, and the Packer quarterback threw four touchdown passes in the first half during a 34-point victory over the Raiders. The world cheered for him.
Many NFL fans aren't sure if Johnny Manziel, the Heisman Trophy winner who was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday, will make it as an NFL quarterback. Poor footwork, they say. Questionable arm and/or mechanics. Doesn't take the game seriously enough....
Just in time for the draft, Brett Favre made a video from his living room telling us which prospects he likes best this year.
A cornucopia of everything “1991.”
Brett Favre unveiled his analysis of tonight’s NFL draft and thinks one quarterback is the playmaker available. It also happens to be the quarterback who reminds him of a “young Brett Favre.” That would be Johnny Manziel. In a video for Sqor, Favre revealed his analysis … as well as a surprising pair of guns — […]
Several months ago, a photo surfaced that showed how former NFL quarterback Brett Favre has seriously bulked up since his playing days. It appears he hasn't slowed down. On Wednesday, May 7, Favre posted a video with his NFL draft predictions, and he was sporting a sleeveless shirt. You have a license for those guns, Brett? [Sqor] Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Sun's out, guns out... draft picks out, I guess.
Also provides some Draft analysis.
Over the years, there have been a number of great NFL draft moments involving phones. There was the call to Brett Favre that resulted in this fabulous photo: There was Andrew Luck’s $10 flip phone (hello, it’s 2004 calling): There were the phones of Brady Quinn and Aaron Rodgers, which took forever to ring. But […]
Earlier this month, former Packers and Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren shared with Peter King the thought processes that prompted Holmgren to once stick with a struggling Brett Favre. But Holmgren, who likewise argued that teams in need of quarterbacks should select them high in the 2014 draft, seems to have real concerns about the incoming…
Jon Gruden thinks that Johnny Manziel plays a little bit like Brett Favre used to play.