“How do you make the game safer?” Favre said. “You don’t play.”
If the Eagles blow a 28-3 lead today, they won’t be able to say Brett Favre didn’t warn them. The Hall of Fame quarterback spoke to the Eagles yesterday at the invitation of his former backup and close friend Doug Pederson. And he said while trying to keep things light, he also reminded them that [more]
Green Bay and Brett Favre unceremoniously parted ways after 16 seasons
The Philadelphia Eagles are scheduled to get a visit Saturday from someone who knows something about defeating the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre, who led the Green Bay Packers to victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXI, was invited by Eagles coach...
Doug Pederson's former teammates are not surprised that the backup quarterback from Green Bay is now a coach in the NFL.
Favre is speaking to the Eagles on Saturday before the Super Bowl
LeGarrette Blount and his two Super Bowl rings have some jokes for Brett Favre and his one Super Bowl ring.
The Eagles running back threw a little good-natured shade at the ol’ gunslinger. Brett Favre has one Super Bowl ring. That’s half as many as LeGarrette Blount has after winning Super Bowl XLIX and Super Bowl LI with the Patriots. That’s...Show More Summary
Sometime on Saturday morning, Brett Favre will do a small favor for an old friend and former backup, stepping up to deliver a pep talk to I Doug Pederson’s Eagles before Super Bowl LII. But it’s the dangerous side of football that preoccupies Favre the most these days. “I cringe,” he said, “when I see video, or […]
Retired NFL Hall Of Fame quarterback Brett Favre issued a sobering assessment ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl: “How do you make the game safer? You don’t play. You know, I mean, is that going to happen? No, I think the NFL is here to stay, obviously. Show More Summary
Brett Favre, Doug Pederson's former teammate in Green Bay, will speak to the team Saturday, the day before the Super Bowl.
Doug Pederson was teammates with Brett Favre for many years, and Pederson is bringing in the legend to talk to his team before Super Bowl LII.
Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre will now have a role in Super Bowl LII.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson was Favre's backup in Green Bay
Eagles coach Doug Pederson is calling in an old friend to talk to his team before the Super Bowl. At this morning’s press conference, Pederson said he was inviting Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre to talk to his team Saturday. He’s going to visit with players early in the day, but won’t be a [more]
Doug Pederson has charged Brett Favre with getting the Eagles hyped for Sunday’s game. Favre will speak to the team the night before the game, Gil Brandt of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Pederson and Favre played together on the Packers for seven seasons. The Hall of Fame quarterback went 1-1 in Super Bowl appearances with [more]
Remember Sqor? Most probably don’t, but the startup was founded in 2011 as “a social media and editorial sports technology platform revolving exclusively around sports, athletes and fans.” It received some buzz at the time, especially when former NFL quarterback Brett Favre joined the board in 2013 and became a co-owner. Show More Summary
Brett Favre joined Sqor Sports as a board member and co-owner several years ago. Now he's reportedly being sued for his involvement in the company.
Former Washington General Manager Scot McCloughan spent a lot of time around Brett Favre, Russell Wilson, Matt Hasselbeck and Alex Smith during stints with the 49ers and Seahawks. McCloughan said he didn’t spend as much time around Kirk Cousins in his two years in Washington. Still, McCloughan questions whether Cousins is “special.” “He’s a good [more]
A year after making it clear that he’d entered the Brett Favre year-to-year phase of his career, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger apparently has decided to make a longer commitment to the game of football, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Roethlisberger has told teammates that he wants to play at least three more [more]