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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    What I think is going to happen is that some team halfway through the season will lose their QB to injury. In comes Favre.
    I called it. Just wait and see.
    Unless it was Aaron Rodgers, I doubt that...heck, its still kinda hard to see even if it was Rodgers...

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    What I think is going to happen is that some team halfway through the season will lose their QB to injury. In comes Favre.
    I called it. Just wait and see.
    So you're saying the Packers will trade his rights?
    Because if he unretires, his contract picks up from right where it was suspended on the day he files his retirement papers.

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    What I think is going to happen is that some team halfway through the season will lose their QB to injury. In comes Favre.
    I called it. Just wait and see.
    So you're saying the Packers will trade his rights?
    Because if he unretires, his contract picks up from right where it was suspended on the day he files his retirement papers.

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    No I think Rodgers will get hurt and Farve will come back.

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    "marstc09" wrote:
    What I think is going to happen is that some team halfway through the season will lose their QB to injury. In comes Favre.
    I called it. Just wait and see.
    So you're saying the Packers will trade his rights?
    Because if he unretires, his contract picks up from right where it was suspended on the day he files his retirement papers.

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    No I think Rodgers will get hurt and Farve will come back.
    yea, he's already said that thats pretty much the only way he'd come back anyway, and even then its jsut "tempting"


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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    [size=13pt]No one wears No. 4 on the Vikings? Interesting…[/size]

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    Late last week, the talking heads were having a field day with an item in the Los Angeles Times that suggested James “Bus” Cook, agent for recently retired Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, was quietly putting feelers out to certain NFL teams to see if they were interested in making a trade for Favre......

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    [size=13pt]No one wears No. 4 on the Vikings? Interesting…[/size]

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    Late last week, the talking heads were having a field day with an item in the Los Angeles Times that suggested James “Bus” Cook, agent for recently retired Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, was quietly putting feelers out to certain NFL teams to see if they were interested in making a trade for Favre......
    lol, treadding turbulent waters..


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    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Man, Favre needs to just shut up, what an attention whore.


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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

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    [size=13pt]No one wears No. 4 on the Vikings? Interesting…[/size]

    By Chris Lempesis
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    April 11th, 2008



    Late last week, the talking heads were having a field day with an item in the Los Angeles Times that suggested James “Bus” Cook, agent for recently retired Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, was quietly putting feelers out to certain NFL teams to see if they were interested in making a trade for Favre......
    Love this quote!

    Packer fan here…
    I’d stop watching football until it was over. Seriously. I would lose all interest.

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    Re: Favre re-thinking retirement

    "marstc09" wrote:
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    [size=13pt]No one wears No. 4 on the Vikings? Interesting…[/size]

    By Chris Lempesis
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    April 11th, 2008



    Late last week, the talking heads were having a field day with an item in the Los Angeles Times that suggested James “Bus” Cook, agent for recently retired Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, was quietly putting feelers out to certain NFL teams to see if they were interested in making a trade for Favre......
    Love this quote!

    Packer fan here…
    I’d stop watching football until it was over. Seriously. I would lose all interest.
    I wonder what he'd turn his interest too.............


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