Had this happened 5 years ago, I would have laughed about it. But after every thing we saw over the summer, all the obvious un-truths that Favre unleashed on his quest to be released from the Packers so that he could play for the Minnesota Vikings, it's hard to doubt Glazer, who has impeccable credentials as a journalist. Unlike a Chris Mortensen ("Eli Manning will be out for a month, guaranteed." And then Manning plays the next week...) Glazer does not "go to print", so to speak, unless he has the story cold. Remember who broke the Patriots videotape? Glazer. Who had the Favre trade first? Glazer. The list goes on, and each time he's been dead on accurate.
Brett Favre is a sad, old, bitter man who has let down not only Packer fans, but football fans everywhere. People expect more from a legend. Can you imagine Joe Montana calling the Rams when he was with the Chiefs? Please. It's obvious that Favre's bitterness with Thompson has tainted his judgement and has allowed him to jeopardize his iconic status in the state of Wisconsin and with Green Bay Packer fans all over the world.
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