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Brett Favre

Okay, so it’s really not breaking news as we were all expecting this… I know I did.  Now all we have to do is wait to hear that Brett Favre signed with the Minnesota Vikings and everyone that hardly tried to be Nostradamus can check “Favre signing with the Vikes” from their list of predictions.  Oh, Brett… do you really want to exact revenge on the Green Bay Packers that much?  Get into the NFC North, face your old team twice, and make them regret it?  Okay, you’re more than right to have that as your motivation, but don’t you think you’re damaging your shine a bit?  Favre will always be a Packer, so any attempts to achieve the production he did with the Pack on any other team is somewhat insulting to his own legacy.  I wish he would just stay retired and walk off into the sunset guns smoking, his legend intact, and his time with the New York Jets considered a last attempt at glory, which is very much understood.  But, it won’t happen.

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Brett Favre

The seemingly neverending saga of Brett Favre continues and at this point, we need to start calling his bluff and call BS on the future Hall of Famer.  Favre says that he is retired and has even had his agent confirm this, but didn’t this happen last year as well?  Fool me once, shame on you… fool me twice, shame on me, but only, you aren’t going to fool me again because I’m not buying it.  And, deep down, the Minnesota Vikings aren’t either and will soon be checking on Favre despite what Vikings coach Brad Childress is saying during their rookie minicamp.  Tavaris Jackson, Sage Rosenfels, and John David Booty… Brett Favre.  Yeah, I can’t blame the Vikings, especially considering how much Favre wanted to play there last year before the Green Bay Packers traded him to the New York Jets.

Well, with the recent release from the Jets, Favre looks like he’ll have a clear path to join the NFC North Packers rival, Vikings.  But Brett Favre says he’s retired.  And so does his agent.  So, he’s retired.  NOT!  Soon enough, every sports website will have the headline, “Brett Favre signs with the Minnesota Vikings” and I hope we all treat it like old news and say, “Duh.”

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