Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Robert Ferguson on Favre: "There are a lot of things that are positive about the way he retired."

Really? Which parts were positive? Which alleged retirement are you referring to?

As quoted in the Star Tribune's Access Vikings, the former Favre teammate and current Vike said, "It’ll be good for the simple fact that they are retiring his jersey, he left the game on his own terms. There are a lot of things that are positive about the way he retired. I’m happy for him and happy to see him go into the second chapter of his life."

On his own terms, indeed.

Asked if he thinks Favre will stay retired, Ferguson said: "I’m not sure, I’m not sure. That’s a good question. I know he still wants to play. He just doesn’t want to be in training camp and things of that nature. But he still loves the game. He’ll probably always love the game regardless of if he stays retired or not."

So is Fergie hinting Favre's really not content on being retired and that this is just a ploy to avoid training camp?

Someone put Aaron Rodgers on suicide watch.

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