Brett Favre gave the New Orleans Saints some sound advice for their Monday night game against Seattle Seahawks at the the CenturyLink Field. That advice was that they should wear earplugs in order to drown out the din of the deafening Seahawks fans. Show More Summary
The Saints got a helping hand from Brett Favre before their game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night. Saints head coach Sean Payton texted Favre last week to see what he could do to handle Seattle's crowd noise, according to MNF sideline reporter Lisa Salters. Show More Summary
You'd think the last group that Brett Favre would want to help out is the New Orleans Saints. Favre was the biggest name targeted during the Saints' bounty scandal. New Orleans tried to take him out of the NFC championship game at the end of the 2009 season when Favre was a member of the Vikings, with an alleged prize of $35,000. Show More Summary
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- Though the headlines in the past five years of Vikings-Packers matchups have been dominated by quarterbacks from both teams (Brett Favre vs. Aaron Rodgers in 2009 and 2010, Christian Ponder's debut as a starter...Show More Summary
What could bring Mike Tyson & Evander Holyfield back together? What could finally convince Dennis Rodman to leave the country for good? What could make Brett Favre know when to walk away? Thanks Foot Locker, for making our dreams co...
In Foot Locker's vision of a world made right, Brett Favre knows when to walk away and Dennis Rodman returns to North Korea. For good.
Every person’s definition of “things that make you feel all’s right with the world” differs, but Foot Locker’s idea, in a new ad with Kyrie Irving, is pretty close. Brett Favre muses that, “a man’s got to know when to walk away,” and Dennis Rodman buys a one-way ticket to North Korea. But Mike Tyson […]
How easily we forget... (H/T Lana via blake_lawrence)
NFL great Brett Favre said he is glad he does not have a son because he would be "leery" of letting him play football. "In some respects, I’m almost glad I don’t have a son because of the pressures he would face. Also the physical toll...Show More Summary
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre said he was in disbelief when he first heard allegations that Richie Incognio "bullied" fellow 300-pound lineman Jonathan Martin. In an interview on the Today show, Favre said football players are not like little 12-year-olds on the playground. Show More Summary
Future Hall of Famer and former Green Bay Packers quarterback, Brett Favre is opening up about concerns brought on by concussions suffered while playing football. As a star athlete, he did it all, High School, College, and the ultimate, professional football with the NFL. Show More Summary
When Brett Favre first heard that the NFL had a bullying scandal, he at first couldn’t comprehend it. Favre said in an interview on Today that he didn’t understand how the word “bully” could be used to describe Dolphins offensive lineman dRichie Incognito’s relationship with teammate Jonathan Martin. “My initial reaction was, You’ve got to…
Before Sunday, only three NFL players had played in at least 250 consecutive games. As of Sunday, London Fletcher made it a quartet. Fletcher joins punter Jeff Feagles (352), quarterback Brett Favre (299), and defensive end Jim Marshall (282) as the only men to play 250 straight games. With Fletcher’s 209th straight start, he also…
Brett Favre is happily retired and working as a volunteer high school coach in Mississippi, but that doesn’t mean he’d want a son, if he had one, to play the game. Favre is the latest — and one of the biggest names — to question the toll the sport takes and to say that he […]
NFL standout Brett Favre was selected to 11 Pro Bowls during his 20-year NFL career. He won a Super Bowl title with the Green Bay Packers during the 1996 season. Favre started in 297 consecutive games. It is highly possible Favre enters...Show More Summary
Brett Favre recently spoke to the Today Show's Matt Lauer about football and concussions, and the former Packers star was asked if he would let his son play football.
One of the most common questions for current and former football players has become whether they’d let their sons play football. Even if, you know, they don’t have sons. Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre has joined the ranks of football players who have opined about whether they’d let sons they don’t have play football, in…
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre has seen it all during his 20 years in the league, which gives him a unique perspective when it comes to the issues making headlines. Two of the most prominent right now are concussions and the Jonathan...Show More Summary
Former NFL MVP quarterback Brett Favre tells Matt Lauer his memory problems started when he couldn’t remember that his daughter played soccer. Favre, 44, played most of his pro career with the Green Bay Packers, and holds the record for being the most-sacked quarterback (525) in the league. Show More Summary
Brett Favre says he wouldn't want his son to play football... and even Adrian Peterson's said the same. It's hugely popular now, but with so many parents running scared -- is the sport slowly dying off? Plus, Charles Barkley weighs in on the…