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Brett Favre and John Randle together again

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Brett Favre and John Randle together again

This is good stuff. Brett Favre and John Randle were featured in a NBC segment reminiscing about playing against each other. I miss watching these two compete against each other. 

You can see a glimpse of the Favre practice jersey the guys talk about in the video below:

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Jamie Freier's picture

John Randle is my favorite Viking player, and I detest the Vikings.

PackerAaron's picture

Same.

sardog's picture

A few years ago I had the distinct pleasure of being able to talk to John Randle at a charity event in Arizona. Favre and Randle have been good friends for a long time. Randle even called Favre and let me say hello. An absolute gentleman in Randle...but if you watched the full commercials they played Favre said he played for the "yellow and green". I took that as a slam against the Pack since we all know it's "Green and Gold".

Oppy's picture

Randall was a beast. Used to also really appreciate Chris Carter, but it seemed like he turned and became rotten when they introduced Randy Moss to the roster. Rare occasion where the Veteran seemed to take on the personality of the rookie as opposed to the other way around.

PatrickGB's picture

It says something when we start to reminisce over Favre.
But no worries, we will be back next year.

Dash Riprock's picture

That was pretty good. Pretty pretty pretty pretty good.

L.D.

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