Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers may have had their differences in recent years, but they also had a 16-year relationship that resulted in a Super Bowl victory and a lot of football history.
Brett Favre is returning to Lambeau Field! Rejoice, Packers fans! Don't worry, folks, Favre isn't coming out of retirement again. (Yet.) No, Favre and the Packers organization have reached the truce we all knew they would, and GreenShow More Summary
Brett Favre is coming back. Back to football. Back to Green Bay. The former Packers great, unceremoniously traded by the team in 2008, will return to Lambeau Field for a ceremony in which his No. 4 will be retired. Just when he’ll return is another matter. There’s no set date. “I’m pleased to announce that […]
On Sunday evening, the Packers released a statement about a Monday announcement concerning the team’s Hall of Fame and Brett Favre. It didn’t take Thomas Magnum to put two and two together and guess that the Packers would be announcing the date that Favre would be enshrined alongside other Packer greats. One could also speculate…
Brett Favre's career in Green Bay may have ended on a sour note, but the legendary quarterback and the team have mended fences and Favre will join the Packers Hall of Fame. Brett Favre isn't eligible for the NFL Hall of Fame until 2016, but the quarterback won't have to wait that long to join the Packers Hall of Fame. Show More Summary
Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers have finally made amends and their reunion will be a big deal for one of the most storied franchises in the NFL. On Sunday night, the Green Bay Packers and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. issued a statement to the media. Their joint statement was
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- No one had quite the same perspective on the Brett Favre saga as Ryan Longwell did. The former NFL kicker was Favre's teammate with the Green Bay Packers, and he was Favre's teammate with the Minnesota Vikings. In fact, he helped convince Favre to come out of retirement and play for the Packers' arch-rival in 2009. Show More Summary
Legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre drew the ire of Cheesehead fans when he capped off his career with the arch-rival Minnesota Vikings. According to reports, even that messy separation wasn't enough to prevent FavreShow More Summary
Less than a month ago, Packers president Mark Murphy said that the team would not retire Brett Favre's jersey in 2014. Apparently, minds have changed.
The Green Bay Packers and Packers Hall of Fame will make a joint announcement tomorrow at 1:30 pm CST, and Brett Favre will (...)
The Green Bay Packers and prodigal son Brett Favre appear to have made up. We don't yet know what the two sides will be saying, but they will hold a joint press announcement on Monday. Here was the release from the team Sunday night: [...Show More Summary
Packers fans are reportedly starting to book hotel rooms for 2016 in Canton, Ohio so that they can see former Packers quarterback Brett Favre enter the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but it looks like they may have another ceremony closer to home in 2015 to help them bide their time. The Packers and the…
Even though he's not eligible for the Hall of Fame until 2016, Packers fans are already looking to celebrate Brett Favre.
Brett Favre can first gain enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016. And some Packers fans are reportedly banking on just that. Canton hotels have already started to receive reservations from Packers fans, Todd Porter of the Canton Repository reported Sunday. (A hat tip to Judy Battista for NFL.com for pointing this…
Former New York Giants defensive end Michael Strahan will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night, so it only seems appropriate that we look back on one of the biggest plays of his career. Going up against the Green Bay Packers...Show More Summary
When I was a teen, I was really into sports. Growing up in Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers were like a second religion to me with Brett Favre as my lord and savior.
If Peyton Manning and Brett Favre can do it, why can't Drew Brees? That's the attitude Brees said he's taking, per NFL Network, as he says he could play another 10 years in the NFL. "No doubt. There's no question," Brees told NFL Network's Albert Breer. Show More Summary
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If Brett Favre is worried about getting booed when he returns to Lambeau Field -- which he claimed this week he is not -- Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy perhaps sent a message to fans on Thursday when he essentially...Show More Summary
Brett Favre didn't just win a Super Bowl in the 1990s, he was the most rapped about of all NFL quarterbacks. Ryan Nanni runs the stats to see how the QBs stacked up in the 1990s. We at SB Nation pride ourselves on being responsive to...Show More Summary