MINNEAPOLIS -- In terms of pure talent, the Minnesota Vikings might now have their deepest group of wide receivers since 2009, when Brett Favre had Sidney Rice, Percy Harvin and Bernard Berrian at his disposal. Their Friday trade for...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — The quarterback Brett Favre has long retired. Cher shut down her most recent tour. Representative Nancy Pelosi — repeatedly written off and derided since her party lost the House in 2010 — powers on.
(Walt Handelsman via GoComics.com). Consider yourself PSA’d. As an additional rouser, the NYTimes‘ Jennifer Steinhauer profiles Nancy Pelosi: The quarterback Brett Favre has long retired. Cher shut down her most recent tour. Representative Nancy Pelosi — repeatedly written off and derided since her party lost the House in 2010 — powers on. Ms. Pelosi, [Read more...]
Did I want to leave Green Bay in 2003? Heck, no. I loved playing for the Packers. Lambeau Field on Sundays? That's a magical place. And with Brett Favre at quarterback, we were a real contender. But I signed an offer sheet with the Redskins...Show More Summary
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- When the Green Bay Packers announced last week that they would open up Lambeau Field to fans for Brett Favre's induction into the Packers Hall of Fame, former team president Bob Harlan offered a glimpse into what this...Show More Summary
The Lambeau Field Atrium is not big enough for all the Packers fans who want to cheer on Brett Favre when he has his number retired this summer. After the 1,600 tickets for the ceremony at the Atrium quickly sold out, the Packers have announced that fans can also sit inside the bowl at the…
INDIANAPOLIS – It looks like Brett Favre's induction into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame this summer will end up being open to more people. "They'll get it all worked out," Bus Cook, Favre's longtime agent, said Friday at the NFL scouting combine. Show More Summary
The Packers' fortune changed 23 years ago. On Feb. 10, 1992, then-general manager Ron Wolf, just 75 days on the job, sent a first-round pick to the Falcons for quarterback Brett Favre.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – Twenty-three years ago today, Brett Favre was sitting in the kitchen of his parents' home in Kiln, Mississippi, with his brother, Scott, when the quarterback learned he had been traded to the Green Bay Packers. It was...Show More Summary
In July, Brett Favre will be inducted into the Packers’ Hall of Fame. Three weeks later, Ron Wolf will be inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame. And surely, in the summer of 2016, Favre will join Wolf as a fellow enshrinee in Canton. Favre and Wolf, of course, will be forever linked. And it…
Earlier this week, we pointed out that there still wasn’t a date for Brett Favre’s return to Lambeau Field for a game but Favre could be back on the field in Green Bay in July if he gets his way. Favre’s induction into the team’s Hall of Fame is scheduled to be held in the…
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre joined Doug Gottlieb to discuss the Seahawks' decision to throw instead of feed Marshawn Lynch on the now-infamous 2nd-and-goal play.
Brett Favre said he's returning to Lambeau Field in 2015 to retire his jersey.
The start of the NFL offseason can be short on breaking news, giving some of us in the media world a chance to catch up on things that slipped through the cracks during busier times of the season. For several members of that group, the trip into the past took them all the way back…
Brett Favre made it official Monday, announcing on his website that the 2015 season would be the one in which he plans to return to Lambeau Field to have his No. 4 retured and be inducted into the Packers’ Hall of Fame. Favre made the announcement on his website. I’m pleased to announce that I […]
It was time for Brett Favre to come back to Lambeau Field to be honored by the Green Bay Packers. On his official site, Favre officially announced what everyone has assumed for a while: 2015 will be the year. He'll come back for his induction into the Packers Hall of Fame, and also so the team can retire his No. Show More Summary
When it comes to talking publicly, Marshawn Lynch and Brett Favre occupy separate ends of the spectrum. When it comes to having an annual late-career case of will-I-or-won’t-I play, Lynch and Favre may end up being identical. It’s become a given that, if Lynch continues his career in 2015, he’ll make considerably more than the…
Brett Favre and Terrell Owens are among the players who could make it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility -- 2016. The Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2015 was announced prior to the Super Bowl, and will be officially enshrined in Canton, Ohio in August. Show More Summary
Back before Brett Favre was one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL, he was just a high school kid—with a mullet—hoping to make a name for himself at the college level. According to Favre's official website, Southern Mississippi was the only school to offer him a football scholarship. Show More Summary