If one thing has been made clear through seven weeks of NFL action, it's that a lot of teams are disasters at the quarterback position. In fact, the St. Louis Rams are in such disarray that they reached out to Brett Favre's agent to see if he'd be interested in playing for them. Would you like to see Favre come back?
For the first time in a few years, Brett Favre’s next career move hasn’t been one of the big subplots of the NFL off-season. But that doesn’t mean the 42-year-old is taking it easy. In fact, Favre has just snagged himself a new job in football, as an assistant coach at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, MS.
For years everyone speculated Brett Favre would make the seamless transition from the field to the broadcast booth. People also assumed he would be a natural because he was long winded in his post game press conferences. Sure he was long winded, but he was also boring and monotone.
Since the NFL season will be signed, sealed, and delivered in a few hours, all the of the talk will focus around training camps, free agency, and trades. That means the annual Brett Favre coming out of retirement rumors are under way.