Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger continues to make it clear that he has entered the Brett Favre one-year-at-a-time phase of his career. So how many more one-year-at-a-times will he last? That’s the Wednesday PFT Live question of the day. Cast a vote below, drop a comment, and then tune your radio dial to NBC Sports Radio [more]
Eli Manning is about to hit the big 2-0-0 and Ben McAdoo sees a lot of Brett Favre in him.
Brett Favre returns to Green Bay to honor friend Lee Remmel and tell a few jokes
Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre is back in Titletown where he picked up another award
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in love with football again, and thinking about the future. And the guy he replaced sees no reason to think Rodgers can’t keep playing at this level for a long time to come. Via Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Hall of Famer Brett Favre said during a speech at the Lee Remmel Banquet […]
The former Packers quarterback believes Green Bay has plenty of time to win again
The Green Bay Packers franchise changed forever the day they finally moved on from Brett Favre in hopes of having a guy named Aaron Rodgers lead them into the future. That move proved to be the right one, as Rodgers is an MVP candidate year in and year out and the team is a Super Bowl […]
Doug Pederson held a clipboard on the sideline when Brett Favre led the Green Bay Packers to consecutive Super Bowl appearances in the 1990s
So does that mean Carson Wentz is better than Brett Favre?
When the Packers went to back-to-back Super Bowls after the 1996 and 1997 seasons, one of quarterback Brett Favre’s backups was current Eagles head coach Doug Pederson. Pederson referenced those teams this offseason when discussing the talent level of this year’s Eagles squad. Pederson thinks the Eagles compare favorably to those Packers teams on that…
When Brett Favre retired after 20 NFL seasons, he owned the career record for completions, with 6,300, a total that looked out of reach for any active player. But the record is now within reach of Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who could break the record this season. With 5,836 career completions, Brees is behind only…
Brett Favre said a return to the Packers as a coach or executive would be a “dream job.” (Getty) After tears and heartache and retirements and un-retirements, Brett Favre says he’s thought about another return to the NFL. This time, though, it’s as a front office executive or coach, he said on Thursday. Show More Summary
No, he's not going to resume playing career, but Hall of Famer intrigued by coaching and possibly front office work.
Brett Favre, who struggled to say no to chances to come back as a quarterback, won’t come right out and say he wants to come back and work for the Packers. But he made it clear in his uniquely Favre way that he’s willing to listen if they want to ask. During an interview on…
Don't worry everyone, Favre's plan isn't to come out of retirement and play again
Favre almost joined the Cowboys but the Packers wanted Romo in return
The ol’ gunslinger can’t get enough of the NFL. It’s been some years now, but Brett Favre is considering another return to the NFL. This time, as a general manager or coach. “That type of stuff has crossed my mind,” Favre said on ESPN Wisconsin’s Wilde & Tausch. Show More Summary
Favre's backup in Green Bay says the quarterback had an ability to 'just kind of wing it'
If anyone thought Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre is simply workshopping folksy Terry Bradshaw-style aw-shucks shtick when telling a story about the time Favre asked teammate Ty Detmer what “nickel” defense means, think again. Detmer has confirmed that the question happened, and that Favre wasn’t playing dumb. He didn’t know,” Detmer told Tully Corcoran…
This week, it came to our attention that early in his career, Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre had to ask Ty Detmer was at nickel (...)