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    Re: Favre No Longer a Packer

    HAHAHAHA i hate him so much !!!



    but he should retire as a packer!

























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    Re: Favre No Longer a Packer

    "snowinapril" wrote:
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    i think favre should stay with the pack, it'd be weird to see him play elsewhere and he'll always be remembered as the great QB if he retires in greenbay, rather than being hated with other teams for the lesser production in the years he is declining.
    What if they really really really don't want him back in GB?

    What if he really really really doesn't want to retire??

    Well then he obviously has to go if both of those are the cases.

    I didn't think that GB wanted to get rid of him though...
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    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    He ain't gonna go anywhere.. He already said he wants to retired a Pack.. He will just hang it up I bet
    Yeah, he has already said he is going to forever be a Packer. Plus can you really see Fave-ray going to a NEW team and NEW system at his age and point in his career? No. Now that Mr. Sherman is gone, you can probably see Farve going out with him, as he said he would/will. He has spent (I believe) 15 years in the league and 14 with the Pack. He hasn't moved before, and he isn't going to move now (also, I can't see him wanting to retire as a Saint or Dolphin :???: )
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    Re: Favre No Longer a Packer

    I hope he stays in GB. He makes it a whole lot easier for us to win these days...
    The best part of my day is when I get down on my knees, with my head in my hands, and thank GOD for everything he has given me.

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    Re: Favre No Longer a Packer

    "MrGopher16" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
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    i think favre should stay with the pack, it'd be weird to see him play elsewhere and he'll always be remembered as the great QB if he retires in greenbay, rather than being hated with other teams for the lesser production in the years he is declining.
    What if they really really really don't want him back in GB?

    What if he really really really doesn't want to retire??

    Well then he obviously has to go if both of those are the cases.

    I didn't think that GB wanted to get rid of him though...
    I don't know how either of these questions are to be answered, I was just asking the question.

    I don't know if GB want to get rid of him either, but IMO they want him to go on his own. They don't have to want to can him and they want to save the money. They don't want the FANs to get all bent out of shape because they let their idol go. Teddy doesn't want to be labeled the guy who treated Favre like a piece of shit.

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    Re: Favre No Longer a Packer

    "ItalianStallion" wrote:
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    Brett said that he would not want to return if Sherm was not around.

    That to me was a sign that GB wants him to move on or retire.

    Teddy Thompson was so vauge about Favre in the PC the other day, but when asked a question about Favre, he sounded like he didn't wan t Favre, IMO.

    He had every opportunity to say, we will welcome Brett back with open arms if he so chooses. Teddy did not sound inviting.
    Would you? The guy threw 29 INTs, absolutely ridiculous. he had a wrose year than the likes of Brooks Bollinger and Kyle boller, 'nuff said.

    They are obviously rebuiding, might as well rebuild with a new QB.
    That is my thought too.

    If I was a Packer Fan and emotionally involved in this decision, I probably wouln't be saying this. Too bad Packer Fans, it is an end to an error, opps, I meant era.

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    "Vikez4Lyfe" wrote:
    Webbz isn't this supposed to be in NFL Discussion?!
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