All things must come to an end, and Brett Favre’s postgame press conference Monday night might have been the moment when all of the factors surrounding the end of his career converged, signaling it is really over.
After 19 seasons, 186 wins, 505 touchdowns, 71,413 yards and 297 consecutive starts, have ween seen the last of Brett Favre on the field?
When I had the chance to sit down with Brett Favre last week and talk football, we had an interesting conversation about what has changed in the league during his 20-year career.
In the wake of Brett Favre spraining his throwing shoulder on Sunday against the Bills, it’s clear to me that Tarvaris Jackson has to be the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.
Brett Favre said he will undergo an MRI exam on Monday after spraining his shoulder against the Bills. Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier put a quick end to a quarterback controversy, saying Favre is his starter if healthy.
Vikings QB Brett Favre was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Bills after taking a hard hit and suffering a shoulder injury. He is questionable to return.