Brett Favre Files Retirement Papers With NFL: Report

It seems as though, the long career of NFL star Brett Favre is finally coming to a close, after 20 seasons. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed with FoxSports.com on Monday (January 17) that the Minnesota Vikings quarterback had filed his retirement papers with the league, following through on his announcement at the end of this season. “I know it’s time, and that’s OK. It is,” Favre said earlier this month after the Vikings season-ending loss…
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Brett Favre Says It’s A Wrap, Announces Retirement After 20 Years

After numerous seasons of saying he would retire only to return the next season, it seems as though this may be the final good bye for NFL great Brett Favre, who has been considered one of the best quarterbacks in the league for nearly two decades. The 41-year-old NFL veteran sat out Minnesota’s season-ending loss to the Lions on Sunday (January 2) with a concussion. Looks like Favre isn’t Iron Man, and he’s finally realizing it…
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Brett Favre Says He Will Not Return In 2011

Veteran NFL quarterback Brett Favre had announced that he would retire three previous times, only to return again when the new season began. But at 41 years old, and a not-so-stellar season for his Minnesota Vikings, is it time for him to hang it up? At the beginning of the 2010 NFL season, Favre said this would be his last season after 20 years in the league. “I can promise you this: Not that I have ever set out as a goal to play 20 years, it’s 20 years and I’m done…
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