Brett Favre starts throwing to High School players at Oak Grove HS in Mississippi.
Here we go again.
I love to hate Brett Favre. He is a walking piece of human waste. I can't wait for the day his career is over. I have no idea how his ego grew so large that he thinks the NFL will just fold up shop and vanish without him.
I want him to come back but just say I'm coming back.
He can't and he won't. He wants to make himself the biggest story about the NFL going into the upcoming season. When any news source reports on the NFL whether it is tv, radio, or print he wants to be the first thing they mention every single time. The guy has an ego that won't quit. I am beginning to wonder if a career ending injury of some kind is what it is going to take before this guy gets the hint and disappears.
He just doesn't want to go to minicamp, he's complete garbage, this coming from a packers fan who grew up idolizing him... He knows he has Minnesota wrapped around his finger and he's taking every advantage of it. Brett Favre's favorite football player is Brett Favre, and he just needs to quit being a little *****, come back like everyone knows he eventually will, and get to camp.
Brett Favre is one of the most exciting football players in the league. He obviously enjoys playing and is a decent guy. All of those Sears commercials showed he can make fun of himself. He is STILL one of the best QBs in the league. Quit hating.
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