Brett Favre: What Should We Expect From Him?

June 10, 2009


Charly Nicole asked:


Brett Favre is in the news again. But this time it is for not showing up to mandatory practice for the Packers. Team relationships were already tense with Favre mentioning that he doesn’t feel like a part of the team since he retired and came back. He has even said that he wouldn’t mind being traded to any other team. And because things weren’t sorted out before Sunday’s beginning of camp, he didn’t show. The Packers have reported a little apprehension with all of this because they are a little nervous that he will sign with a rival. But luckily for them, his contract puts him with the Packers until 2010. Whatever happens in the next few weeks and months, we can be sure that we will be hearing a lot more of Brett Favre, and we can probably expect great things for him if he decides to play.

Favre has been in the public eye for many years, including being a huge motivator for those looking into football picks. Let’s take a look at some of his background and past achievements:

Favre played one season with the Atlanta Falcons in 1991.

He was then traded to the Green Bay Packers in 1992.

Since the fourth game with the Green Bay Packers, he became quarterback.

He has started every game from 1992 till his first retirement in 2008.

He holds the record for the most career NFL touchdown passes: 442

Most career NFL passing yards: 61,655.

Most career NFL interceptions thrown: 288

Most career victories as a starting quarterback: 160.

Most career pass completions: 5,377.

Favre was named the Sports Illustrated Sportsman of 2007.

In 2003, Favre was voted by the Men’s Health Magazine as the toughest person in America.


Favre has had an incredible career—with hopefully more to come. If he has his way, he will play for the 2008 season. And that will be great entertainment

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