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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    But they're not forcing him into retirement.

    And now for something pretty funny:

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=771871

    Apparently a whopping 200 people showed up at Lambeau today for the big rally.

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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    But they're not forcing him into retirement.

    And now for something pretty funny:

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=771871

    Apparently a whopping 200 people showed up at Lambeau today for the big rally.
    From the article:

    “I think we should trade Aaron Rodgers and make a run at the Super Bowl with Brett.”

    It's fine that some GB fans think they should bring back Favre, but trade Aaron Rodgers? Sure, because Brett will be your QB for the next decade.

    Guess the Pack has their delusional fans too.

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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    But they're not forcing him into retirement.

    And now for something pretty funny:

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=771871

    Apparently a whopping 200 people showed up at Lambeau today for the big rally.
    From the article:

    “I think we should trade Aaron Rodgers and make a run at the Super Bowl with Brett.”

    It's fine that some GB fans think they should bring back Favre, but trade Aaron Rodgers? Sure, because Brett will be your QB for the next decade.

    Guess the Pack has their delusional fans too.
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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    But they're not forcing him into retirement.

    And now for something pretty funny:

    http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=771871

    Apparently a whopping 200 people showed up at Lambeau today for the big rally.
    Dude, I'm not sure who to sue...you or jsonline...after launching a mouthful of water at my computer screen after laughing so hard.

    (Don't worry...j/k)

    No kidding. That's totally hilarious. I thought Clowns fan cornered the market on delusion. I see that FudgePacker fan has given Clowns fan company.

    Those dudes are and I know the one was identified as a "mortgage broker" and the other one wasn't identified in a particular job. Guess that means that one is unemployed and the other is soon-to-be. No wonder they had so much time on their hands
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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    I guess you could go after both of us...but I'm guessing the Journal Sentinel has a bit more cash.

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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Quote Originally Posted by stlrz d
    I guess you could go after both of us...but I'm guessing the Journal Sentinel has a bit more cash.
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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    If the Packers release Farve don't they have to eat some money?

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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Today, it was said on ESPN that Thompson told Mort or one of the other ESPN tools that he would welcome Favre back and maybe even NOT in a reserve role...but they'd have to see him in camp and make sure he's ready bla bla bla...what already taking back his words? We are talking about the greatest QB in this era. He makes EVERYONE around him better...RB, WRs, and his line. Donald Driver is good...but not as good as Favre makes him. That team should allow Favre to come back if he wants to. Ted Thompson just wants to have his first 1st round pick be starting.

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    Re: Packers GM, coach say no to Favre’s release

    Shame to hear Ted is backing down a bit now...Favre's been jerking the Packers around for the last 3 or 4 seasons now.

    If they take him back I hope he gets knocked out for the season in the first game.

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    I guess it really should come down to his team mates. If all these guys prefer Farve its hard not to do whats best for the team. That article about the rally also stated that the share holders want a say in this that they own the team and not thompson....lol

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