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Brett Favre: American retired football quarterback
Brett Lorenzo Favre is an American former professional football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL), spending the majority of his career with the Green Bay Packers. He was a 20-year veteran of the NFL, having played quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons in 1991, the Packers from 1992 to 2007, the New York Jets in 2008, and the Minnesota Vikings from 2009 to 2010. Favre was the first NFL quarterback to pass for 500 touchdowns, throw for 70,000 yards, complete 6,000 passes, and attempt 10,000 passes.

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NFL Legend Brett Favre Endorses Donald Trump for President [Video]

NFL Legend Brett Favre Endorses Donald Trump for President

Former Green Bay Packer quarterback Brett Favre made his endorsement on Twitter.

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Brett Favre says there's 'no right answer' to kneeling during the national anthem

Brett Favre wonders how NFL locker rooms will react during the 2020 season — when more athletes are expected to kneel during the national anthem.
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Brett Favre: New Bucs QB Tom Brady might be most affected by NFL coronavirus restrictions

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Brett Favre says he empathizes with Donald Trump in handling coronavirus: 'Damned if you do and damned if you don't'

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Brett Favre says Colin Kaepernick to be treated as hero like Pat Tillman, deserves to play

Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre compared Colin Kaepernick's larger-than-football legacy to the late Pat Tillman.
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Brett Favre denies taking $1.1 million for no-show work in Mississippi

Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre told a Wisconsin radio show on Friday that he was paid for recording public service announcements and commercials.
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Brett Favre to Repay $1.1 Million for Speeches He Didn’t Make, Auditor Says

The Hall of Fame quarterback was the unknowing recipient of money intended to help needy families in his home state, Mississippi, officials said.
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Brett Favre to repay Mississippi $1.1 million for speeches he never gave in state welfare scandal

Mississippi auditor's office said former NFL QB Brett Favre paid back $500,000 in welfare scandal and would repay remainder over the next few months.
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Audit finds Mississippi misspent millions in federal anti-poverty funds

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Brett Favre thinks Packers QB Aaron Rodgers will finish his NFL career with different team

Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre split from the franchise late in his career thinks Aaron Rodgers will do the same.
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Hall of Fame Packers quarterback Brett Favre concerned about whether he played too long

Hall of Fame quarterback and Packers great Brett Favre says in an interview that he wonders "every day" whether he stayed in football too long.
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Brett Favre's advice to Josh Allen after helmet-to-helmet hit: 'You've got to be smarter'

Brett Favre knows a thing or two about bad decisions. The Hall of Famer has some advice for Josh Allen on how to avoid them.
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Brett Favre after Daniel Jones' debut: 'Deep down' Eli Manning did not want him to 'play at the level he did'

On his radio show, Brett Favre shared his thoughts about Daniel Jones' debut and what Eli Manning, who was replaced, could've been thinking.
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The Lonely Island played 'I'm On a Boat' with T-Pain at Summerfest — and Jose Canseco showed up

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4th & Monday: Brett Favre is coming back! It's all happening. Oh, wait ...

#FavreWatch made a brief -- and unexpected -- return last week. But, sorry sports fans, but Brett Favre is not considering an NFL return.
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Packers Hall of Famer Brett Favre talks comeback, Bart Starr and Aaron Rodgers at AmFam Championship

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Post on Brett Favre's Instagram account suggested he's returning to the NFL, but it was quickly taken down

A post on Brett Favre's Instagram said the ex-QB was going to come out of retirement and return to the NFL in 2020, but it was deleted shortly after.
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