Brett Favre Headlines 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class NFL Honors Along with Tony Dungy

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NFL legends, Brett Favre, Tony Dungy, headline the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class NFL Honors which include Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Eddie DeBartolo Jr., Ken Stabler, and Dick Stanfel. These NFL pros make up the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class to be enshrined in Canton this summer.

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Packers Legend Brett Favre Scheduled to Sign Autographs at CSA Show on Oct. 10th

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CHANTILLY, VA. — Green Bay Packers legend, Brett Favre, is set to sign autographs at the up coming Chantilly Show in Chantilly Virginia. Favre will sign on Saturday October 10, 2015 at The Dulles Expo Center in Chantilly, VA, 2015 located at 4320 Chantilly Shopping Center.
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An Emotional Brett Favre Speaks to Over 67,00 Fans During his Induction into Packers Hall of Fame

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GREENBAY, WI. — Over 67,000 fans showed up to Lambeau Field on July 18 to honor former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre being inducted into the Packers hall of fame. An emotional Favre delivered a heartfelt speech.
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Join Brett Favre for a Rare Autograph Signing on July 18th Before his Packers Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

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GREEN BAY, WI. — Former Green Bay Packers quarterback, Brett Favre, is scheduled to appear in a rare public autograph session in the Stadium District before his Packers Hall of Fame induction ceremony. The autograph session will take place Saturday, July 18, from 10 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. at D2 Sports Pub at 788 Armed Forces Drive in Green Bay. Packers legend Ron Wolf will also take part in the signing. The event is sponsored by Legends of the Field, a memorabilia service. Portions of the proceeds will go to the Favre 4 Hope foundation. Later that day, Favre will be inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame at Lambeau Field. Source: wbay.com

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Can Aaron Rodgers Break Brett Favre’s All Time NFL Records? (VIDEO)

Former Green Bay quarterback, Brett Favre, who appears to be back in favor with the Packers franchise,  has predicted that current Green Bay Packer’s quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, will break all of his NFL records. In an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio on June 13, Favre spoke about his relationship with Rodgers, and told the interviewer he expects Rodgers, provided he remains healthy, to shatter all of his records with the exception of his consecutive games started streak that reached 298.

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Packers to Retire Brett Favre Jersey is Sign of Making Peace

According to Green Bay Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy, the Packers want to make peace with Brett Favre and plan to retire the former quarterback’s jersey. ... Read More

Brett Favre Officially Retires from NFL

It’s true. Brett Favre has officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday, January 2, and this time we think it’s for real.

“I know it’s time, and that’s OK.,” Favre said after the Vikings 20-13 defeat to the Lions. “Again, I hold no regrets, and I can’t think of too many players offhand that can walk away and say that. Individually and from a team standpoint, it was way more than I ever dreamed of.”
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Brett Favre Back with Vikings Says ‘It’s Not About The Money’

Legendary quarterback, Brett Favre, will appear at a 2:30 p.m. EDT press conference in which he is expected to announce that he will return to the NFL for a 20th season. Did Brett Favre really plan to retire this time as he has done so many times in the past or was he just holding our for a better deal?

According to NFL sources, the Minnesota Vikings plan to increase Favre’s base salary for this season to $16.5 million instead of the originally planned $13 million he was due under the two-year contract he signed last August. ... Read More

Brett Favre to Retire From NFL … Again?

UPDATE: Favre now says he has not decided whether he is retiring. Should we be surprised?

Senior NFL Writer Jay Glazer reports that Favre has told The Minnesota Vikings team that he will not return to football. This will make it three times now that Favre has retired. Because Favre has changed his mind so many times, it is hard to say that his retirement is official.

Brett Favre expected to retire from the NFL making this his third time to retire.

According to a series of tweets from Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, “Brett Favre began telling Vikings officials last night he will NOT return for a 20th season.” Another said that “Favre is expected to issue a press release later today.” The quarterback’s ankle injury may be one reason that Favre is reluctant to play this year. ... Read More

Brett Favre Returns to Green Bay Victorious Booed By Fans

Sunday was the day Brett Favre returned to Lambeau Field as a Minnesota Viking. There he was greeted by angry and bitter Green Bay Packer fans with jeers and boos as he ran out of the tunnel onto the field.

“Welcome back to Lambeau Field, Brent,” one fan’s sign read.

Ever since Brett Favre signed with the Minnesota Vikings, he has became the Green Bay Packers’ most hated opponent. However, the hostile crowd didn’t seem to phase Favre as Minnesota went on to beat Green Bay 38-26. Favre completed 17 of 28 pass attempts for 244 yards, including touchdowns to Visanthe Shiancoe, Percy Harvin, Jeff Dugan and Bernard Berrian.

Recalling his days with the Packers, Favre went on to say. “What I’ve done here speaks for itself. What I was part of was awesome. That will never change.”