Brett Favre still hasn’t been able to throw a proper pass in practice, and the Minnesota Vikings still haven’t given up hope their quarterback will extend his NFL record for consecutive starts against the New York Giants on Sunday.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has surpassed Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre on another statistic this NFL season.
The Minnesota Vikings have gone from “optimistic” to “hopeful” that Brett Favre will make his 298th consecutive regular season start on Sunday.
A spokesman for the former New York Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate photos and phone messages from Brett Favre says she won’t sue the Vikings quarterback if he’s punished by the NFL.
Percy Harvin, Ray Edwards and Brett Favre were among six Minnesota Vikings who missed practice on Wednesday while dealing with injuries.
The NFL has wrapped up its investigation into allegations that Brett Favre sent inappropriate phone messages and photos to a Jets game hostess two years ago, the woman’s attorney said Wednesday.
Brett Favre says he is still unsure if his injured throwing shoulder will allow him to play on Sunday against the New York Giants. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback hopes to make a decision by Friday.
A spokesman for the former Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate phone messages and photos from Brett Favre says they are concerned that the quarterback will be retired before the NFL concludes its investigation.
LeBron James says the Cleveland Cavaliers can learn a lesson from the Green Bay Packers.
Arthur Moats would prefer seeing Brett Favre start his 298th consecutive game this weekend.
If Brett Favre can throw, he’ll go. Near the end of his 20th NFL season, Favre has created a consistent expectation that he’ll play each weekend regardless of what kind of malady he might be dealing with. Earlier this season, it was a pair of fractures in an ankle. This time, it’s a sprained joint in his right shoulder.
Brett Favre has become something of a medical expert through the years, a quarterback who has minored in pain management as he has put together a streak of consecutive starts that stands among the most impressive records in all of sports.
Tarvaris Jackson came off the bench for the injured Brett Favre and threw for 187 yards and two touchdowns, and the Minnesota Vikings defense dominated Buffalo in a 38-14 victory on Sunday.
Brett Favre has faced demanding questions from the media for 20 years, never more than this season while he’s been embroiled in a messy NFL investigation and struggled mightily on the field for the Minnesota Vikings.
Brett Favre’s voice was a raspy whisper and he rattled a lozenge around in his mouth as he spoke about the 10-yard scramble his creaky legs managed to carve out Sunday, helping seal his Minnesota Vikings’ 17-13 victory over the Washington Redskins.
Brett Favre would like to see a smaller playbook.
In January, Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings were NFL darlings, a feel-good story of a team and a quarterback that finished one play away from the Super Bowl.
The manager for the woman at the center of the NFL’s investigation of Brett Favre said Tuesday that the quarterback’s agent asked about paying her to keep quiet. But that’s not how Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, sees it.
From helmet-throwing, to arm-crossing and now the firing of head coach Brad Childress, a season’s worth of losing and underachieving finally bubbled to the surface in the Minnesota Vikings’ 31-3 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
WCCO’s Mike Max joins Dave Lee to talk about what happened Sunday, what may happen with Brad Childress and what this could mean for the Viking Stadium drive.
Brett Favre snapped at his offensive coordinator after throwing an interception.
This 50-year-old border-state fight between rivals Green Bay and Minnesota has reached a notable milestone. The Packers and Vikings will play this weekend for the 100th time.
Brett Favre says his shoulder feels “OK” and that he’s not “overly concerned” about his latest injury.
Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings have said all year that it’s a long season, that there is time to get things turned around.
Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress says Brett Favre is “sore” but has no plans to get an MRI on his throwing shoulder and should be ready to play against Green Bay on Sunday.