Curtis Haas is a huge Brett Favre and Green Bay Packers fan. He's also been battling cancer since this last March. Yesterday, he got a surprise video message from Brett Favre on Facebook wishing him the best and appreciating him being a fan.
Robert Alford of the Atlanta Falcons had a once in a lifetime chance to work out with Brett Favre and catch some passes. If you watch the video of the workout, Alford doesn't catch many of them. Brett is still throwing as hard as ever. When someone commented how hard he throws, he admitted to still working out a little and keeping his arm loose. So is Brett Favre coming back to the NFL?
When the Hall of Fame induction takes place August 6th they will induct Brett Favre the former Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings quarterback alongside former offensive lineman Orlando Pace, former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo, late Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler, former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy, Pittsburgh Steelers pass rusher Kevin G
Hobo Nephews Of Uncle Frank has played the area several times including being a feature band at Grandma's Big Top. The band is made up of Teague and Ian Alexy, and is constantly being showered with good things from area critics.
Aaron Rodgers is not stepping down anytime soon. It appears as though the hatchet is about to be buried. The team and the legendary quarterback have been at odds since they traded him to the New York Jets ago five years ago to let Aaron Rodgers become the new QB. It didn't help that Brett turned up in Minnesota and kicked the snot out of the Pack.
Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre had blue star-envy. The Super Bowl winning QB played the bulk of his career with the Green Bay Packers before spending time with the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings prior to retiring in 2010. Despite the bitter end to his time in Green Bay, Favre will likely always be thought of as a Packer...