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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    I see a golden opportunity here. Retires due to injury.
    He wouldn't retire even if his inisdes were falling out of his butt.
    Like all his other injures he'll just pop a vicodin.

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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    Favre held the arm gingerly on the sideline as the training staff looked at him before he was carted off the field at halftime.
    Answer me this. He hurt his shoulder/wrist. Since when does that require being carted off the field? I see no mention that it rendered him unable to walk or any mention of a possible neck injury.

    Didn't he also have to be carted off the field when he injured his thumb some years back?

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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    Packers | Favre injury update; expected to be fine
    Sun, 19 Nov 2006 14:16:14 -0800

    CBS Sports reports Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre (arm/elbow) is expected to play during Week 12. The Packers do not plan to have him undergo an MRI after he experienced numbness in his throwing arm during Week 11. He could have returned to the game versus the New England Patriots, but the team held him out to be safe.


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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    KFFL
    Packers | Favre injury update; expected to be fine
    Sun, 19 Nov 2006 14:16:14 -0800

    CBS Sports reports Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre (arm/elbow) is expected to play during Week 12. The Packers do not plan to have him undergo an MRI after he experienced numbness in his throwing arm during Week 11. He could have returned to the game versus the New England Patriots, but the team held him out to be safe.

    They are always so melodramatic when it comes to Favre & his injuries. That's one reason they still have an open air stadium. If he ever draws blood or gets a knee or ankle injury, they can still air-lift him out of there.

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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

    That putz will still find a way to keep his precious streak going!
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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    I reckon Cheeseheads are excited about getting Rodgers some reps.
    He should be primed and ready to get geared up for next year.
    Bet ya Favre doesn't retire....Rodgers will make all that money for playing in ONE game.

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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

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    I reckon Cheeseheads are excited about getting Rodgers some reps.
    He should be primed and ready to get geared up for next year.
    From what he showed there isn't too much to be excited about.

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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

    [size=13pt]Day of suffering for quarterbacks [/size]

    [size=12pt]Favre, Rodgers hurt in loss[/size]

    By TOM SILVERSTEIN
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    Green Bay - Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy should have known it was going to be a bad day when Brett Favre started misfiring from the very first play of the game Sunday at Lambeau Field.

    It went downhill from there.

    When it was over, not only had the Packers taken a 35-0 beat down at the hands of the New England Patriots, they had lost two quarterbacks to injury and were unsure whether either of them would be able to play Monday night at Seattle...



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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

    "Acumen" wrote:
    I reckon Cheeseheads are excited about getting Rodgers some reps.
    He should be primed and ready to get geared up for next year.
    He looked horrible yesterday when I clicked over during Vikes commercials.


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    Re: Favre injured near end of half

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "Acumen" wrote:
    I reckon Cheeseheads are excited about getting Rodgers some reps.
    He should be primed and ready to get geared up for next year.
    He looked horrible yesterday when I clicked over during Vikes commercials.


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