The Green Bay Packers have been very fortunate with their two starting quarterbacks over the past 21 years. Brett Favre started 252 consecutive games over 16 seasons with the Packers (starting in 1992) and won 160 games over that time, in addition to seven NFC North/Central divisional titles and a Super Bowl. Show More Summary
This isn ’t a new story—it’s one the Minnesota Vikings and their fans know all too well. Caught between a rock and a hard place in 2009, Minnesota coerced Brett Favre out of retirement at 39 years old for his 19th season. With untested...Show More Summary
Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers have not been on good terms lately. The two were a bit like friends you knew who dated and then broke up, then completely imploded. They couldn’t mention each other without throwing in some kind of snide comment, and couldn’t be in the same room together at the [...]Show More Summary
After leaving the team under less than ideal circumstances in 2008, Brett Favre may be on his way back home to the Green Bay Packers organization sooner rather than later, if the team's CEO has any say.
What's the statute of limitations on prodigal sons returning? Fox Sports Wisconsin reports the Green Bay Packers are ready to accept legendary quarterback Brett Favre back into the fold in some capacity. Mark Murphy, president and CEO of the team, stated as much to the website: We want to have (Favre) back in the family. Show More Summary
Before you run screaming into the streets, we should make clear that this headline is not meant to infer that Brett Favre is trying to un-retire again. No, it's simply that after years of bad feelings and unnecessary drama, the Green...Show More Summary
Back in February, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made the first move in welcoming Brett Favre back into the Green Bay family. On Tuesday, the team took another step in that direction.
“We want to have (Favre) back in the family.” — Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy, speaking to FOXSportsWisconsin. “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.” — Everyone else, pleading to the heavens. Looks like Packers are [...] The post Good morning, campers. Guess who is back? His name rhymes with Brett Favre. appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
Brett Favre’s Packers locked up their franchise quarterback in Aaron Rodgers this offseason and they would now like to bring back one of the greatest ever to take snaps behind center at Lambeau Field. It’s been almost five years since the Packers traded Favre to the New York Jets but now the franchise is looking [...]Show More Summary
The Packers and Brett Favre did not part ways on the best of terms. However, the organization is reportedly open to re-establishing a relationship with its long-time starting quarterback. Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy told Paul Imig of FoxSportsWisconsin.com Wednesday that the club would be amenable to having Favre “back involved in the organization soon.”…
Business can learn a lot from football, says Billy Bosworth, the DataStax CEO who once stared down Brett Favre. Technology and football. These have been the twin faces of Billy Bosworth’s life, CEO of DataStax, a data platform that competes with the likes of Oracle and counts Netflix among its major clients. Show More Summary
One of the hardest things for an athlete is deciding when to finally walk away. Some athletes, like John Elway, got to go out on top, while others, like Brett Favre, seem like they'll never go away. When does a Major League pitcher know that his time has come? Ron Darling didn't get to decide when his time was up. Show More Summary
For years, Green Bay Packers fans have watched as first Brett Favre and then Aaron Rodgers threw the football all over the field, racking up yards and points as though they were watching a video game. But one thing they haven't seen a lot of, especially lately, is a bona fide running game. Show More Summary
Hattiesburg, Miss., has become somewhat synonymous with former NFL quarterback Brett Favre, but the college (Southern Mississippi) located there has actually produced a couple of decent prospects through the years. Last season saw offensive tackle Lamar Holmes go to the Atlanta Falcons in the third round. Show More Summary
A list that will live in infamy.
Dorsey Levens joins the show to give his perspective on some issues as a former player. What was the relationship like between Mike Holmgren and Brett Favre? What was it like to play for Andy Reid? What do players look for when the schedule is released? What’s Levens’ opinion on Thursday night games?
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre said his approach changed throughout his career depending on the amount of talent he had around him. If the 11-time Pro Bowl selection knew he was surrounded with a talented group, he took less chances and wasn’t as much of a gunslinger on the field. When it comes to judging [...]
At a time when quarterback Brett Favre hopes to get back in the good graces of Green Bay, it probably makes sense to temper talk of how he really had wanted to play for a different team. On Friday, before an SMU Athletic Forum luncheon in Dallas, Favre admitted that he always wanted to play…
Brett Favre spent years as the most popular man in Green Bay. But he says he’s not sure how Packers fans view him now, six years after he left the Packers and three years after he finished his career with the rival Vikings. However, he’s optimistic that he’ll eventually be welcomed back for the kind…
When Tony Romo received a $25 million signing bonus as part of a new contract that guarantees him $55 million, a common question was: How can Jerry Jones justify giving a quarterback with one playoff win that much money? But one retired quarterback who has a lot of playoff wins, Brett Favre, says Romo does…