For someone who took his time announcing his retirement, Peyton Manning doesn’t sound likely to make like Brett Favre and return to the NFL. Speaking at a sports awards event in Colorado Tuesday, the former Broncos quarterback told the audience that he’d gotten his “fill” of playing football. “People tell me that I’m going to miss football, that […]
Because of the sheer amount of time he spent playing football, there has been a widespread thought that retired quarterback Peyton Manning is eventually going to miss it. But lest you think he’s going to pull a Brett Favre and think about coming back, Manning told a group of high school athletes at the Northern Colorado…
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ESPN took over Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre, home of majority owner Disney’s The Lion King, for its Upfront presentation this morning, where the themes were bringing the Great Uncounted into the audience-measurement fold, and “the universal...Show More Summary
Cte is real, folks. Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson has played almost his entire 9-year career without the services of an elite QB. (One season with Brett Favre in 2009) According to the league’s leading rusher in 2015, his current QB Teddy Bridgewater is up next and he’s showing signs of the great Tom Brady. […]
Not all male celebrities can keep it in their pants. These guys have all been exposed online... if you know what we mean! (We mean the World Wide Web has unfortunately seen portions of their penis.) 1. Brett Favre Brett Favre didn't just send another woman a photo of his penis in 2010. Show More Summary
Now wouldn't be the time for NFL fans to think the trades have come to a halt. It's like back in the day when a guy by the name of Brett Favre was the gift that kept on giving. Sure, both the top picks have already been the subject of show-stealing trades, but this is the NFL draft. Show More Summary
It's all about an @FCBayern win right now! #MiaSanMia FC Bayern https://t.co/o4zaABS3Tq pic.twitter.com/JAmCEFo3SL — Brett Favre (...)
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More than a little nauseating to hear him pump himself up and his odious practices after Cruz defeated Trump in Wisconsin. Source: Politico Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took to Charlie Sykes' Milwaukee radio show on Wednesday morning to revel in the big victory of Texas Sen. Show More Summary
Probably not something you want to hear from your starting quarterback, that they didn’t know what a certain type of defense was. That was the case for a young Brett Favre during his second year as QB for the Green Bay Packers. Via Nola.com: “I think it was my second year in Green Bay and […]
If you know the term “nickel defense,” congratulations. You know more about football than Brett Favre did when he first became the Packers’ starting quarterback. The stories of Favre not caring much about the mental side of the game early in his career are legion, and Favre admitted in a speech at LSU on Friday…
Kim Fields might be handing in her peach after just one season. The Facts of Life star, who is currently competing on season 22 of Dancing With the Stars, joined Bravo's The Real Housewives of...
Tony Dungy, Marvin Harrison and Brett Favre will be inducted into the Hall of Fame the night before. The 2016 NFL preseason will begin with the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers facing off in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on Sunday, Aug. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The NFL announced its latest Hall of Fame class last week. The new members are Brett Favre, Kenny Stabler, Marvin Harrison, Kevin Greene, Orlando Pace, Dick Stanfel, Eddie DeBartolo Jr, and Tony Dungy. The first five seem obviously to belong. Show More Summary
Brett Favre is one of the eight new members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame for the 2016 class.
Favre, who is not accused of any wrongdoing, has endorsed products of World Health Industries Inc.
Fox News on the new Hall of Fame class: Brett Favre and the late Ken Stabler, a pair of kindred-spirit QBs who each won a Super Bowl, were elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. Also voted in for the class of 2016 a day before the Super Bowl were modern-day players Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison […]
Brett Favre became the 14th first ballot Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback on Saturday night after being voted in, according to USA Today. Favre, who has been described as having a “gun-slinging approach” to quarterbacking, became one of the eight members of the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, in his first year... Show More Summary
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning already surpassed former Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre earlier this season to become the NFL's all-time leading passer. Manning leapfrogged Favre again Sunday during Denver's 24-10 victory...Show More Summary