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I can't wait for Favre to prove you all wrong.

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Can't wait 'till the pack beats up on Favre(TRAITOR!). But you have to admit... with the wide receiver you guys got in the draft, EVEN WITH THE INTERCEPTIONS, WOULD YOU BE SUPERBOWL BOUND???? Go Vikes!!!....I mean Pack.?..ERR Favre.

Brett Favre is the man!

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A monday night game with Favre in a Queens uniform would be insane - would be like the superbowl for number of viewers.

Speaking of pain killers, I think ol Brett must be on them right now if he's thinking of going to MN.

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Born2Fish

Just heard, again, on ESPN that Favre is looking for ways to not have surgery. He is seeking ways to heal the bicep naturally. What I personally think is, no one really has any idea what is going on. Everyone has experts that are better than the next, so all we are going to hear is conflicting reports. Vick gets out on Wednesday....

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eyehunter

What I personally think is, no one really has any idea what is going on. Everyone has experts that are better than the next, so all we are going to hear is conflicting reports.

That's why I tend to believe my source that told me last week that he had the surgery last Thursday. They just want to keep the drama going.

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pinkfloyd4ever

this whole thing is nuts, yesterday ESPN was going on and on about surgery today, their source was P. Press, then after the twins game they were saying he wasn't meeting with andrews. Wonder why Favre can't just come out and speak for himself? Oh ya he loves all this attention he's getting

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Originally Posted By: Born2Fish
What I personally think is, no one really has any idea what is going on. Everyone has experts that are better than the next, so all we are going to hear is conflicting reports.

That's why I tend to believe my source that told me last week that he had the surgery last Thursday. They just want to keep the drama going.

You really think he already had it!

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What the heck is going on? No new post in the past 20 hours crazy

Maybe the wind knocked out peoples internet crazy

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Almost knocked me out as my shop door flew shut square on my head as I was picking up some stuff that I dropped

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BrianLucky13

Number 4's been practicing and all that ball speed is making it windy!!

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BrianLucky13

Anybody hearing anything new??? I havent heard anything for about a week!!

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Scott K

Some stuff was out there, but nothing more then rumors that didn't account for much, so I didn't bother posting about it.

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BrianLucky13

OK!! I called that number you gave me and it wasnt a actual number!!LOL

Im still looking for it cuz I'm gonna offer number 4 a free day of a guided muskie trip if he signs with the queens!!

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Scott K

LOL.. Thats funny! I will offer ol Brett a 2 day guided cat fishing trip if he doesn't sign with the Vike's. Since he is from the south and all wink

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BrianLucky13

I guess I will have to offer him a 3 day guided cat fishing trip then if he comes to MN!!!

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Scott K

I will go 4! LOL..... I think this might turn into another "Lets make a million" thread grin

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BrianLucky13

Anybody can catch a catfish!!jk He will want the muskie fishing anyways cuz hes Brett Favre and he always goes all out!!!

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crothmeier

from wcco.com

Childress Says Favre Remains Retired.

Words about Brett Favre's retirement always include a qualifier, and Vikings coach Brad Childress offered the latest: "As far as I know."

Childress declined Thursday to close the door on signing the famously flip-flopping quarterback, who declared for a second time in February he was done with football for good.

The coach confirmed for the first time this year, though, that he's spoken with Favre, but said their last contact was "several weeks ago" and solely by phone.

"It was worth a conversation," Childress said, "and as far as I know he's still retired."

Favre has, at least according to several media reports relying on unnamed sources, considered coming out of retirement in recent weeks while assessing his health. He has a partially torn biceps tendon, which causes pain in his throwing shoulder and prompted him to call it quits after a 2008 season with the New York Jets that started well but ended badly.

When the Jets released him this offseason, making him a free agent, Favre said: "Nothing has changed. At this time, I am retired and have no intention of returning to football."

Favre's agent, Bus Cook, has repeated a similar line this month while unsubstantiated speculation about Favre's status has swirled around the country, claiming his client remains retired -- to the best of his knowledge.

Without a no-way, no-how statement from either the Vikings, Favre or his inner circle, well, the possibility won't be forgotten anytime soon. But Childress tried to put it to rest, taking questions from reporters for the first time in three weeks.

"You're interested in going through the process," the coach said. "And are you interested in a Hall of Fame caliber quarterback? You're always interested in going through the process and discussing it and investigating it."

Childress didn't comment whether the team has looked at Favre's medical reports, whether there's a point this summer when it would be too late to hire him, or whether Favre directly expressed interest in playing for Minnesota.

The coach quipped that Favre simply told him how warm the weather has been in Mississippi, and that he's spending time replacing fence posts.

"He's retired, so it's not relevant and it's not any of my focus right now," Childress said.

The same goes for the guys who are supposed to be competing for that job Favre might or might not want. Tarvaris Jackson, who shared repetitions in Thursday's practice with Sage Rosenfels, smiled as he explained his Favre fatigue.

"When you see it over and over again, it really don't matter who they're talking about. You get kind of tired watching reruns," Jackson said. "I just change the channel. I don't read the paper anymore. That's pretty much it."

Jackson went through this last year, when Favre tried to return to Green Bay and was ultimately traded to the Jets when the Packers refused to let him go to the Vikings.

"I'm pretty much used to it by now. It's expected for a guy of his caliber. I'm not really worried about that," Jackson said.

Rosenfels, who was acquired in a trade with the Houston Texans earlier this year, didn't sound quite as amused. But he expressed the same can't-control-it-so-don't-try attitude toward the incessant media coverage of the story.

"I have blocked you guys out as much as I can for the last nine years of my life," Rosenfels said. "So really nothing has changed -- the way I prepare, the way I work out here at practice."

Punter Chris Kluwe was clearly amused by the swarm of cameras present for one of 14 on-field, non-contact workouts the Vikings have scheduled over the next month.

"FavreFavreFavreFavre, FavreFavreFavreFavre," he said, sounding like a barking dog as he walked past.

The subject of Favre has unavoidably come up in talks between Childress and his quarterbacks, but they all downplayed any need to clear the air about the team's intentions.

Jackson acknowledged he'd like to know what's going to happen, for the sake of his career direction, but said he realizes the business he's in.

"You can't really blame them. He's a great player and, like you said, a future Hall of Famer," Jackson said. "The team we have and the guys we have around us, why not? But I feel like I can get the job done, and I'm just trying to get better each day. That's my job right now. I'm not really focused on the what-ifs. If it happens, it happens. But until it happens, I'm just going to continue to come out here and get better, and when it happens I'm going to do the same."

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crothmeier

and i qoute "jackson feels like he can get the job done"

what confidence this young man has. and i think sage has a little attitude towards the media.

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BrianLucky13

Jackson is a joke!! He is not even good enough to flip burgers at Mcdonalds if you ask me!! He has some talent but no brains!!!

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Sandmannd

He could flip burgers Brian, he just won't hit the bun everytime, or ever for that matter.

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BrianLucky13

Only buns he will be hitting, will be using him for his money. If you know what I mean!!

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FISHINGURU

get me out the puke bucket if jackson ends up being the starting qb and we lose the williams wall for 4 games.

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get me out the puke bucket if jackson ends up being the starting qb and we lose the williams wall for 4 games.

Can I share yours or do I have to get my own? Exactly what I was thinking

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