It’s been four years since Pac-Man, Brett Favre, took a snap in the NFL. Even then, it was clear that his best years were way behind him. He’s now 45 years old. When asked by Sports Illustrated if he could still play, he said yes. Then no. Then yes again. It was kind of confusing, […]
While Brett Favre has long been retired from the professional football world, he believes he could still play. But the 45-year-old Favre is not actually seeking another shot in the NFL. During an interview with Sports Illustrated, Brett Favre was asked if he feels he still had the capability to play in the NFL. Show More Summary
Longtime NFL quarterback Brett Favre is on the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated for its “Where Are They Now?” issue. Favre is now 45 and hasn’t played since 2010, when his two-year stint with the Minnesota Vikings came to an end. Favre,...Show More Summary
It’s that time of year again.
Herschel Walker isn’t the only middle-aged former NFL player who thinks he could still play in the NFL. Brett Favre says he could, too. “I think I could play,” Favre tells Sports Illustrated in a “Where Are They Now?” double issue. “As far as throwing, of course. I could make all the throws I made before.…
Brett Favre came out of retirement twice at the end of his career to play for the New York Jets and the Minnesota Vikings, so when he noted in a recent interview that he still felt he could play in the NFL, more than a few eyebrows raised...Show More Summary
Admit it, you'd kind of like to see the Ol' Gunslinger lace 'em up one last time. Legends never die. They just retire only to show up in the "Where are they now" edition of Sports Illustrated to tell the world that they can still play football in the NFL. Show More Summary
This week’s issue of Sports Illustrated — the annual “Where Are They Now?” issue — is notable for two things: Brett Favre is photographed wearing a Packers jersey for the first time since January 2008, and he says he could still play at age 45. Brett Favre, in a @Packers jersey for the first time […]
Brett Favre is 45-years-old and hasn’t played in the NFL since his ill-fated final season with the Minnesota Vikings in 2010, but (...)
Herschel Walker isn't the only retired football star who thinks he could still play in the NFL.
Watch your back, Rodgers.
Lance Armstrong has a brand new riding partner... NFL legend Brett Favre. The two connected at Lance's bike shop Mellow Johnny's Austin, Texas this morning... and decided to go out on a ride together. We spoke with someone at the shop…
Retired NFL guard Mike Wahle, who spent nearly a decade protecting Brett Favre as a fixture on the Green Bay Packers' offensive line, has listed a La Jolla home capable of offering premium wine protection.
In 1957, the NFL established the Associated Press Most Valuable Player Award. Since that time, five Green Bay Packers have won that award. The players are Paul Hornung, Jim Taylor, Bart Starr, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. Favre won the award three times, while Rodgers has won the award twice. Before 1957, the NFL awarded the Joe F. Show More Summary
The name Brittany Favre-Mallion will be familiar to some, particularly hardcore Packers fans. She is one of the daughters of future Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre. Recently, she did something that demonstrated the same mental toughness that made her father a legend. Favre-Mallion graduated from Loyola University's College of Law last month. Show More Summary
Vikings get a visitor: Brett Favre
As Free Agency, blockbuster trades and shocking retirements are rocking the National Football League we here at Notinhalloffame.com have completed our revisions for the next potential class for the Football Hall of Fame. Annually a major...Show More Summary
It appeared that this was going to be made official at some point in 2015, but this July 18th, Brett Favre will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and later in the year, his name and number four will be placed on the hallowed wall in Lambeau Field. Show More Summary
We were wondering when this was finally going to happen. Although an official date has not been announced, the Green Bay Packers have announced that Brett Favre will enter their franchise’s Hall of Fame in the summer of 2015, and that his number will be officially retired. Show More Summary