Brett Favre, Bart Starr ceremony at Lambeau Field will be rain-soaked
Rarely does a showdown between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears ever take a backseat in Green Bay, but Brett Favre made headlines in his old stomping grounds Thursday. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, the former Packers quarterback received the key to the city of Green Bay before the ceremony in which his No. Show More Summary
The Packers plan to retire Brett Favre's No. 4 during the game. The Green Bay Packers look to further establish their hold on the NFC North. To do that, they must defeat the archrival Chicago Bears Thanksgiving night on NBC. Traditionally, only the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys hosted games on Thanksgiving. Show More Summary
On Thanksgiving night, the Chicago Bears will play the role (the Packers hope) of the Washington Generals for the Brett Favre Jersey Retirement Celebration. Ninety years ago on Thanksgiving, the Bears were the main event for a Thanksgiving Day slate of games that helped give pro football early legitimacy. As noted by the 2015 Official…
Mike Holmgren had been on the job as Packers coach less than a month when, in the unlikeliest of places, he got a lesson on the significance of the Bears-Packers rivalry. He had taken a quick walk to the market to grab a sandwich for lunch. Holmgren was walking down an aisle when an elderly lady...
Brett Favre, Terrell Owens and Alan Faneca are the only three semifinalists in their first year of Hall of Fame eligibility. The Pro Football Hall of Fame narrowed the field of potential members of the Class of 2016 to 25 semifinalists...Show More Summary
He’s walked through the tunnel in Green Bay hundreds of times, but when Brett Favre returned to Lambeau Field to be inducted into (...)
Aaron Rodgers is going to be busy with a game he’s trying to win, but the Packers quarterback also knows Thursday night’s going to be historic on a number of levels. In addition to the retirement of Brett Favre’s jersey marking the healing of relationships at a personal and organizational level, there’s also the matter…
Brett Favre, Terrell Owens and Alan Faneca are semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.
An interesting group of first-time eligible candidates are among the 25 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which was unveiled tonight. Quarterback Brett Favre and wide receiver Terrell Owens are two of the new names on the list, which will be reduced to 15 before a maximum class of five modern-era candidates is…
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The Bears host the Broncos on Sunday, minus an injured Peyton Manning, and then five days later venture to Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving to face the rival Packers, the day the cheeseheads will add Brett Favre to the stadium's Ring of Honor. Even though Favre has retired and Brock Osweiler will...
Peyton Manning breaks Brett Favres All- Time Passing Yards Record, gets benched later Peyton Manning’s afternoon was historic to say the least. Breaking records? Definitely historic. Getting benched for Brock Osweiler? Also historic as well. […]
Sunday’s Chiefs-Broncos game was supposed to be one of the most memorable of Peyton Manning’s career, as he passed Brett Favre (...)
Though Manning set the NFL’s record for passing yards, surpassing a mark set by Brett Favre, he also threw four interceptions and a measly five completions
If you just saw the push notification on your phone on Sunday saying Peyton Manning has surpassed Brett Favre in all-time passing yards, you might have thought something like, “Awe, good for him! He must be having a good game.” However, you would have been wrong. Manning did surpass Favre’s 71,838 yards to become the […]
“Peyton, I’m in a tree stand. Yeah, you’ve interrupted me again.” With a wrinkle of his nose, that might be the most Brett Favre-like intro to a congratulatory video imaginable. Cloaked in hunting gear, Favre stopped stalking critters long enough to deliver a heart-felt message to Peyton Manning, who had broken his all-time record for […]
On Sunday, Peyton Manning passed Brett Favre as the NFL’s all-time leading passer (you know, before he got benched). So the former Green Bay Packers legend congratulated the new No. 1—from the most appropriate place possible. Favre, clearly out on a hunting trip, was perched in a tree when he recorded a video message for Manning. Show More Summary
Favre congratulates Manning in a gloriously awkward video.
Peyton Manning put on an atrocious performance Sunday against the Chiefs, but he did manage to break Brett Favre’s career passing yards record. While Manning was breaking the record, Favre was enjoying his retirement (and probably still contemplating a comeback) by hunting deer. Favre stopped his deer hunt to congratulate Manning as well as quietly […]