Brett Favre coming back

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  1. SCall13

    SCall13 Finheaven QB

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    http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

    Of course this IS according to PFT, so who knows.
    No big suprise here. Let's see how many INTs he can throw THIS season as he begins his quest to pas his stats.


    LORD FAVRE IS COMING BACK



    Although there's been no official announcement, we've been told that Packers quarterback Brett Favre has informed the team that he'll be returning for the 2006 season.



    The move means that the Packers almost certainly will not take a quarterback with the fifth overall pick in the draft. Previously, we'd heard that the team would potentially be interested in selecting Matt Leinart, if Favre were to walk away.



    Since 2002, the question of whether Favre would or wouldn't retire has been the subject of rampant and regular scrutiny. His return for 2006 means that, barring an unequivocal statement before, during, or after the coming season, we'll get to spend another 12 months or so periodically addressing the same, old, tired issue.
     
  2. TotoreMexico

    TotoreMexico Member of the 'Owned! Awards' Commitee

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    He can break the int's record next season:eek:
     
  3. Pennington's Rocket Arm

    Pennington's Rocket Arm Sucking for Luck Since 2004

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    actually he would be only 25 TDs away from breaking dan's record. he's good for that every year...
     
  4. Prime Time

    Prime Time Screw You Guys..Im Goin Home!!!

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    I want to see Favre play at least one more year. He can still get it done, he just is missing a team.
     

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