Brett Favre says while his playing days are definitely over, he hasn’t decided what he’s going to do with himself in the coming years.
Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy says the team will eventually retire Brett Favre’s No. 4, but they want to make sure he’s really retired.
Brett Favre says he might become a coach or work as a television analyst in the future, though he has no plans to enter either field anytime soon.
The woman involved in the Brett Favre “cell phone photo” scandal is set to tell her side of the story this week on ABC’s Good Morning America. The NY Post has a preview.
Jenn Sterger broke her silence and talked about Brett Favre today.
The former New York Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate photos and phone messages from Brett Favre says in an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that she isn’t a “gold-digger” and hasn’t “made a dime” off the scandal.
Packers president Mark Murphy says the team still expects to reconcile with former quarterback Brett Favre sometime down the road.
Brett Favre is denying new accusations that he sent inappropriate text messages to a Twin Cities massage therapist. This time, the controversy involves a woman who worked with Minnesota Vikings players. And she’s not just accusing Favre.
It sounds like Brett Favre could be hanging it up for good. Seriously.
The sister of Vikings quarterback Brett Favre was released from jail Thursday after a brief appearance in a Mississippi courtroom, a day after she was arrested during a methamphetamine bust.
Police say the 34-year-old sister of Vikings quarterback Brett Favre faces drug charges after she was arrested in a raid on a Mississippi condo where people were making crystal methamphetamine.
The New York Jets say a lawsuit filed against them and Brett Favre by two massage therapists is “completely without merit,” and the team had not been aware of the accusations.
Two massage therapists say in a lawsuit that complaining about sexually suggestive text messages from Brett Favre cost them their part-time jobs with the New York Jets.
There was the way most NFL quarterbacks do things and then the way Brett Favre did it.
The Minnesota Vikings are expressing relief at the end of an exasperating season.
Brett Favre was the NFL’s ultimate iron man for 19 years, inspiring coaches and teammates with extraordinary toughness and thrilling fans with a daredevil’s verve and a showman’s sense of the moment.
It’s not easy being a Minnesota sports fan these days.
Brett Favre stood in street clothes on the sideline in what likely was the final game of his 20-season career, watching the Detroit Lions beat his Minnesota Vikings 20-13 on Sunday.
Brett Favre wasn’t the only inactive player for Minnesota in its game against the Detroit Lions. Wide receiver Sidney Rice also was out with a concussion.
Brett Favre’s career apparently ends with him on the sideline.
Brett Favre’s finale, perhaps fittingly, is clouded with questions.
Brett Favre is listed on the injury report as doubtful to play for the Minnesota Vikings in what he has said will be the final game of his 20-year career.
Vikings interim coach Leslie Frazier says Brett Favre has not yet passed a concussion test and can’t play in the season finale at Detroit on Sunday.
Sponsors Wrangler and Snapper are sticking by Brett Favre after the NFL fined him $50,000 for failing to cooperate in an investigation into allegations he sent inappropriate messages and lewd photos to former New York Jets game-day hostess Jenn Sterger.
As Brett Favre pondered his future this summer, three Minnesota Vikings players arrived at his Mississippi home with a last-ditch sales pitch to persuade the aging quarterback to put on his uniform for a 20th season.