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Brett Favre

Brett Favre
Born Brett Lorenzo Favre in Gulfport, Miss., Favre was starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers from 1992 to 2007. The New York Jets acquired Favre in the biggest trade in their history on August 6, 2008. After considering retirement, Favre instead chose to sign a two-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings worth $25 million on August 18, 2009. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
Born Brett Lorenzo Favre in Gulfport, Miss., Favre was starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers from 1992 to 2007. The New York Jets acquired Favre in the biggest trade in their history on August 6, 2008. After considering retirement, Favre instead chose to sign a two-year contract with the Minnesota Vikings worth $25 million on August 18, 2009. (Photo GETTY IMAGES) « Show less

Top Brett Favre Articles

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  • Brett Favre's homecoming was different from Peyton Manning's

    Brett Favre has a pretty good idea of what Peyton Manning went through Sunday night. That was likely the thinking when the NFL Network brought the former Packers star quarterback on for an interview Sunday morning in anticipation of Manning's return...
  • Aaron Rodgers says he's been working on improving deep throws

    Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers made sharpening his deep throws a point of emphasis this off-season, according to an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Peter King. “Tom Brady told me after the ’07 season -- we got to play a little...
  • Confessions of a fantasy football addict

    Confessions of a fantasy football addict
    My name is Soxman and I've been a Fantasy Footballaholic for seven years. I was given my first taste of this highly addictive nectar thanks to RedEye's first (and only) celebrity fantasy football contest. The addiction quickly spread, where I tried...
  • William and Mary | College football preview

    William and Mary | College football preview
    THE COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK 34th year (215-160-2, all at W&M) The architect of modern William and Mary football wants no part of soft landings and a cushy endgame while rattling around the building that bears his name. That's why he shook up his...
  • Rogers brings expertise to W&M offense | College football preview

    Rogers brings expertise to W&M offense | College football preview
    WILLIAMSBURG — In 30 years of coaching offensive football and a career full of hits and triumphs, Kevin Rogers still appreciates the opportunity to be proven wrong. Fourteen years ago, William and Mary's new offensive coordinator and quarterback...
  • Rodgers or not, Bears made history Monday

    Rodgers or not, Bears made history Monday
    Has your afterglow faded from Monday night's historic Bears win? Seriously, put some pants on. Or at least throw on a robe. And yes, I said "historic." I searched through Pro-Football-Reference.com to find a Bears-Packers game where Chicago was a bigger...
  • The best and worst of Lovie Smith

    The best and worst of Lovie Smith
    THE BEST Bears 39, Saints 14 -- NFC championship game, Jan. 21, 2007: After the Bears tied a franchise record with 13 regular-season wins, Smith guided them to the NFC title and a Super Bowl berth in his third season. Thomas Jones rushed for 123 yards...
  • Rosenbloom: Bears must aggressively pursue Holmgren

    Rosenbloom: Bears must aggressively pursue Holmgren
    If Mike Holmgren is interested in coaching, then Phil Emery had better be interested in talking to him. Holmgren told ESPN.com that he indeed would consider returning to the sideline, but isn’t aggressively seeking a job. If a guy says he wants to...
  • Read and react: Tackling five opinions on the Ravens

    Read and react: Tackling five opinions on the Ravens
    This feature appears each Monday on the Baltimore Sports Blitz. It’s just like “What They’re Saying About the Ravens,” but it includes blogger Matt Vensel saying something about what those people are saying. Got it? --- Pete...
  • SWATS owner publicly apologizes to Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis

    SWATS owner publicly apologizes to Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis
    Mitch Ross, owner of S.W.A.T.S. (Sports With Alternatives to Steroids), refused to provide text messages or shipping labels that would confirm the allegations that he provided a deer antler velvet spray to retiring Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis...
  • Ray Lewis shocks teammates with news of his retirement

    Ray Lewis shocks teammates with news of his retirement
    Ray Lewis had given countless speeches like this before so when he walked toward the front of the team auditorium Wednesday morning and started talking about brotherhood and seizing the moment, nothing seemed particularly amiss to his Ravens’...