Brett Favre, NFL quarterback, has retired twice from the league, and then returned to play for different teams. He retired from, then returned to, the Green Bay Packers (where he has one Super Bowl victory). He then played for the New York Jets for one season, and retired again. Six months later, he signed as the starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, and led the team to the National League Championship game.
Brett Farve retired in 2008 after 17 record breaking years as QB for the Green Bay Packers. His last throw of his career was an interception against the Giants in overtime. This resulted a loss in the playoffs. The Giants advanced to the Super Bowl. Farve was cold and tired of the negative degrees in Green Bay. Brett Favre formally announced his retirement March 6, 2008 in an emotional news conference at Lambeau Field.
Brett decided that he wanted to come back and was reinstated by the NFL during 2008 Training Camp. The Packers tried offering him a marketing contract for a reported $20 Million. He rejected the offer and showed up to Training Camp, but was on the "unable to perform" list. He was then traded to the NY Jets on August 7, 2008. He was the starting QB for the Jets in 2008. But he suffered a tendon injury and retired from the Jets on February 11, 2009.
Favre then signed with the Minnesota Vikings on August 18, 2009.
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Brett Favre has 2 daughters : Brittany (born February 6, 1989) turned 21 on her birthday in 2010. Breleigh (born July 13, 1999) turns 11 on her birthday in 2010. Brett's grandson, Parker Brett, was born to daughter Brittany on April 2, 2010.
Yes Bonita Favre is in fact Brett Favres mom
Bonita (alive) & Irvin (nonliving)
I think his favorite food is seafood
It can't make up it's mind, so who knows?
not much at the time but when he gets older or dies they will get you good money.