Packers President Mike Murphy, hoped Favre would maintain a “long–term relationship with the Packers.”
“The commissioner is taking no action today. He wants to give both the Packers and Brett an appropriate amount of time to make decisions, including decisions impacting the team’s roster and salary cap. When Brett is reinstated by the commissioner, we will announce it.”
The $20 million figure sounds even sillier, when you realize that Favre will earn $12 million this year, once he is reinstated.
Milwaukee Journal–Sentinel reported that Packers are negotiating with Vikings and Bears. Darrell Bevell, Favre’s former Quarterback coach, is offensive coordinator of Vikings, who are reportedly Favre’s first choice.
I would love to see Favre go to Vikings, who are also in NFC North, and will play Packers twice.
Favre, who has played in 275 consecutive games and has a career QB rating of 95.5 has to be looking forward to playing Packers.
“I was disappointed that the last pass I threw was intercepted”
Favre doesn’t have to be disappointed anymore.