Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Favre's Deja vu

It was less than a year ago when I wrote this:
Favre Waves the White Flag
Today, a bit earlier then I expected, he does it again:
After a rocky season with the New York Jets, quarterback Brett Favre has decided to retire, his agent says.

The decision marks Favre's second retirement announcement in an 11-month span. Favre retired from the Green Bay Packers in March 2008 before reconsidering and making a comeback with the Jets.

His decision comes six weeks after the Jets finished 9-7 and missed the playoffs after an 8-3 start. Favre threw 22 touchdown passes and an NFL-high 22 interceptions while leading New York to a five-game improvement over their previous season without him.

Favre's retirement will save the Jets his $13 million salary in salary cap space.
The retirement clock expires, and the un-retirement clock start anew *laughing* Seriously, something tells me this is really the end.

Enjoy the time off Brett, you've earned it!


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