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Brett Favre subject of Monday announcement

Posted by packers.com on August 3, 2014 – 7:07 pm

Former Packers QB Brett FavreThe Packers and Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. issued a media advisory at 7 p.m. on Sunday, relating to a joint announcement regarding former Packers quarterback Brett Favre: “The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame Inc. and the Green Bay Packers will make a joint announcement regarding former quarterback Brett Favre Monday, Aug. 4, at 1:30 p.m., in the new Hall of Fame under construction in the Lambeau Field Atrium.”

Packers.com will staff the event and provide a bulletin story when the announcement is made, followed later by a complete version of the press conference’s events. The event will also be streamed live on Packers.com.

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93 Responses to “Brett Favre subject of Monday announcement”

  1. By Jeff on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Hmmmm could it be that the time has finally come? I hope so this way we can get this over and move on and there will be no more debating about the subject!

  2. By Doug on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Brett brought us back to winning ways and deserves our respect.

  3. By MikefromChicago on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    About time! This is good news for all of Packerland. He deserves the honor.

  4. By Patrick jovicic on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    I don’t know why everyone is so Brett crazy he has more int’s than anyone ever and has lost more Super Bowls than any packer ever the only reason he has a ring is because of Reggie and the defense. He is a traitor and should not be put in the packer hall of fame or have his number retierd. Everyone just needs to stop sticking up for someone that teased the team and ended up being one of the most selfish players in packer history. This is about team play and sacrifice something that Donald driver knows a lot about. To bad Brett didn’t learn something from his reciever ( loyalty)

  5. By C. on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Football is a business, fans forget that while they are “emotionally” involved in their team and players, players are financially involved in the team.

  6. By Dave Gardner on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    I agree with Patrick old #4 admitted in more than 1 interview that he went to the Vikings ( his words) to STICK IT to the Packers AND Packer Nation. So as far as I’m concerned he can stay out of the Packer HOF and go to Canton as a Viking and never mention his time in GB

  7. By Eric on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    I’m surprised he didn’t schedule the announcement during Family Night so he could be a distraction, like he did when he left town.

  8. By WCPackfan on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    I don’t agree with the way Favre went out any more than most fans. But to accuse a guy who could’ve gone somewhere else in free agency earlier in his career instead of extending his contract as not being loyal is ridiculous. Granted he made a lot of mistakes but for every one there are several moments most fans will never forget about his time in Green Bay. For all we know, without him the last 20 to 25 years could’ve been a continuation of the 80’s and for those to young to remember what that was like, trust me, you have very little to complain about. He stuck it to the Pack twice. Big deal!!! He got little else out of it IMO.

  9. By Dianne on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Nicely said

  10. By Dianne on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Totally agree

  11. By Todd from Tosa on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Brett deserves to be in the Packers HOF. He gave us 16 years of winning football and you could never count the Pack out of the game till the final whistle while he was playing. It was Rodgers time to shine and Favres time to move on. Football is a business after all. You Favres haters act like you’ve been dumped by an old girlfriend. Get over it. He was GOOD for the Packers.

  12. By Jim on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    I think this is good news. You people need to get over the fact he left and went to the Vikings. to put it simple the packers didn’t want him anymore. and guess what they were right Aaron was the best option and will probably be the best QB in packers history. Brett was upset about not being wanted anymore and wanted to get back. oh well did we not get the last laugh with a super bowl win anyway. get over it. move on. Brett was the best thing about the packers for 2 decades and was my childhood hero.

    Sincerely a real packers fan.

  13. By Joe on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Favre deserves to be in the HOF. He deserves to be on the Ring of Honor. But I will vociferously disagree with retiring his number.

    I don’t care that he went to the Vikings. That isn’t an issue for me.

    If Favre had come along in the early ’70s, he would have been a disappointment. The fans were used to Starr winning in the post season. Favre’s post season let downs year after year would have been unacceptable.

  14. By Ryan Smith on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    For anyone who thinks Brett shouldn’t be in the Packers hall of fame, shouldn’t be a packers fan. What he brought to the team, the town, and the league you will never see that again from one individual. So all you haters. SHUT UP!!!!!

  15. By Brett on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply


  16. By Orrin G on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    The greatest football player to lace em up is finally going to have his day in the Packers H.O.F. & of course the Ring of Honor! We all make mistakes, but Brett has just been on a National Stage. Forgive & Forget. Put er in the old vice…

  17. By Jose on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Never was a big Brett fan but he was a great QB, don’t care how good the D was with Brett they wouldn’t have won the Super Bowl. He HAS to be inducted.

  18. By Conflicted on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Retire his #4; I would neither cheer or boo. Just stand silently. Packer HOF–yeah OK. Ring of Honor? What a TOTAL disgrace and slap to Bart and others who rightfully deserved to be enshrined publicly at Lambeau. Favre loyalty? I think he got pretty nice contracts–and in the end even the millions weren’t enough for the good-‘ol-boy ego. In the end, it was ALL about him.

  19. By dgt178 on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    we as packer fans DEMAND a sincere apology from favre for defecting to the vikings….then, and ONLY then….will we accept him into the HOF…

  20. By Jordan on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Favre better issue one heck of an apology for almost destroying our chances with Rodgers and the future of our organization with all of his drama and thoughts about how he owns the franchise. Then, maybe then, I might clap when his jersey is retired.

  21. By Conflicted on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Will they invite/include Jenn Sterger in the ceremony? Pictures of his junk on the jumbotron? Duping his team and wife about a Vicadin addiction for years? His legacy is there was NEVER a dull moment. On or off the field….but he should not be a poster boy on the Ring of “Honor” for generations of kids to “admire”.

  22. By Dan on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Whatever…..Just get it over with so we don’t have to hear about him again this year. Most overrated player in history. His time is over move on with the winners we have now.

  23. By OKGOPACK on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Geez, half you people seem to be upset about something that you don’t even know is going to happen or not. Nobody knows what the “announcement” is going to be…….

  24. By Paul on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Clearly Brett Favre deserves to be enshrined and his number retired. During his tenure the offense rolled up nearly 30 points a game, however despite the efforts of Reggie White and Leroy Butler, the defense was average at best. Let’s not forget 4th and 27 against the Eagles or the Super Bowl loss against Denver, both attributed to poor defense. It was Favre that kept us in so many games and with limited talent around him. Once Sterling Sharpe went down they never had any GREAT receivers to replace him just a few better than average ones like Antonio Freeman and Donald Driver. He made their careers as well as many others and I’m sure they would acknowledge it. The Packers never had the talent pool around him that Dallas or San Francisco put on the field during their glory years, otherwise the Packers would also have had multiple Super Bowls. In a team sport like football one man can’t do everything, however without Favre the Packers would have languished in mediocrity for many years. Nobody likes the way he left Green Bay, but Ted Thompson was the new GM and with that comes a flushing of the old talent, which was clearly evident and Brett felt that as well. In retrospect they should have just released him and let him sign on with whomever he wanted just like Payton Manning did, so he could have left with dignity and the respect of the fans.

  25. By George Bollhorst on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Without # 4 The PACK attack would NOT have put the fear into the Vikings, or the Bears or even come close to a number of teams. Brett had more to offer and the pack tossed him aside. Guess the Jets could not find the right mix… No wonder, LOOSERS, The Vikings put together a team that WITH Brett saw a winner. Just think IF the PACK gave him more time. Well they didn’t. So it was our fault. I for one think it is time to show him our respect and HONOR HIM the way we should have YEARS AGO…

  26. By Dwight on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    2009 Favre 33 TD’s 7 Ints
    2009 Rodgers 30 TD’s 7 Ints

    Both the Packers and Favre were correct. Packers for going with Rodgers and Favre for continuing to play!
    He is a Packer who still had a desire to play and showed the world he could.
    The Packers had to move on and made the correct choice and showed the world they made the right choice.

    Packer HOF, Pro football HOF for both QB’s!

    And the best organization in Professional Sports!!!

    Go Pack Go!!!

  27. By Mary Douglas on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    Great News! It’s about time to recognize and honor Brett Favre in the Packer Hall of Fame. He dedicated his skills and talents and many years to the Packers and so many of us appreciate him and all he did for the Packers, the community and football.

  28. By rick on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    all you favre haters are sick in the head. shame on you! why not put a smile on your face and be grateful, celebrate favres career here. get a life already.

  29. By JoeBnKY on Aug 3, 2014 | Reply

    OKGoPAck is right on the money, none of you knows what is going to be announced. Brett brought winning ways back to the Pack so now we expect it, am I right. No, he didn’t leave on the best of terms, but the fans don’t have all of the facts and we never probably will. He has publicly admitted he was at fault for the messy separation, so let it go. Football is a business and business decisions were made. He deserves to be in the Packer HOF if for no other reason then that he inspired us to want more and better results from the team we love so dearly.

  30. By Jose on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Agree 100%

  31. By Larry Corey on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    A life long Packer fan here, went through years of suffering,then along came #4. No matter what some think he made the Packers something to be proud of instead of being laughed at. I was a Favre lover and didnt think Rodgers was the right choice, i was wrong, good decision for both clubs. Lets honor Brett the way he should be as a great Packer he clearly deserves it.

  32. By Mark on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I will never forgive him for being such a traitor. He should be going to the hall of shame.

  33. By Frank J Diesi, II on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    WELL? It’s about time WE let him back in. Regardless of many thoughts, he’ll always be remembered as #4 in GREEN BAY

  34. By Scott on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply


  35. By fjdiesi on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Great! He made me a lot happier than sad as a Packer

  36. By John B. on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Have some of you forgotten, Favre was TRADED to the Jets. He did not go directly to the Vikings.

  37. By GB on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    BF didn’t take us to the Super Bowl….the TEAM took the Packers to the Super Bowl. Anyone who thinks that ONE player is the source, has forgotten that football is a TEAM sport. BF was a traitor to the TEAM when he joined the Vikings. That was the lowest thing he could have done to ANY Packer. When he did that, I lost ALL respect for the man. Everything he accomplished was trivial to the blatant disrespect he showed our Packer Family. Statistics alone do not make a great man. He has not earned the right to be in our Hall of Fame.

  38. By JDB on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    To all the Favre Haters grow up.You loved him while he was here.Remember the Packers traded him he wanted to play.By the way didn’t Lombardi leave to go to Washington.He wanted to still coach Brett wanted to play.Yes he did some dumb thing at the end but look in the mirror have you ever?He put Green Bay back on the football map.We might not have all the winning or Rodgers (who I am a huge fan of)if he wasn”t ever a Packer. Give him is due for what he did for us.

  39. By brian on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    welome home brett

  40. By Randy Bland on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Brett made the Packers relevant and fun to watch again. We suffered many down years prior to #4 coming to town (along with Ron Wolf and Mike Holmgren).#4 was a big reason Reggie came to town. Football is a business and both sides made business decisions when Brett left. I for one will be there to see Brett join both HOF’s the one in Geen Bay and the one in Canton.

  41. By Darrin on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    During the pre-Favre years it was a struggle to get a single Monday Night Game. When Favre arrived to the Packers, the Packer organization glowed in prime time television success. Younger fans might not remember this.

  42. By Thompson Fried Steak on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Blogs sure are the place where the dummies show up. And by the way, we DO what they’re going to announce today. Retire the number and induct Favre into the team hall of fame in 2015, game yet to be determined.

  43. By PJP #4 on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Brett did a lot for Green Bay. He granted a wish for my brother and you could not of asked for a nicer person. All my brother asked him is come backed to the Packers. When I told him it might be happening. The smile on his face was priceless. He had a job and his services were not want any more so he went somewhere else. It’s time to welcome him back for what he did for the TEAM. I can’t wait just wish we could be there.

  44. By mdk317 on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    How about we let every Packer fan have his own feelings on this subject. Let’s stop saying if you don’t cheer and respect #4 then your not a Packer fan. He has done enough on both sides to deserve both cheers and boos. If you feel one way or the other, then that is exactly how you should feel.

  45. By Rafeal on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    If the time has come for his return as a Packer then I must attend the game no matter what 3 iconic QB’s on the same field!!

  46. By scottcat59 on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I watched the Packers all through the 70’s and 80’s religiously then came Farve,enough said,he deserves everything the Packers organization is giving him.

  47. By mark on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Could not agree more, people seem to have forgotten what a joke the packers were in the years before Favre!

  48. By Mike on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I have been a life long Packer fan dating back to the Lombardi years. I can understand the bitterness some have towards Brett. I was more disappointed than upset with the way things shook down when he left. I agree with Paul totally. Brett and TT and Packer Mgt should all share the blame on how things unfolded. TT should have just released Brett and let him continue to play if that is what he wanted to do. After all, if TT and Packer Mgt. were so ready to move on and felt Rodger’s time was now, then why all the fear of him going elsewhere -possibly to the Bears or Vikings. Umm just wonder how confident they were. To me at the time TT wanted both his cake and to eat it too. Of course, Brett had his own responsibilities in the mess. If we all know one thing, Brett wears his emotions in his sleaves and didn’t handle it well, allowing his emotions to run amoke. I also find it interesting just a few years ago before the lastest super bowl victory, how many times many in Packer nation wanted TT and MM fired and replaced. So lets all just admit this is a game, yeah emotions run deep, time to let things go and heal. Farve gave us many up and down emotions and memories and would rather have that than, mmm oh the collection of Bear QB,s the Bear Fans or even Viking fans have had to endure through the years. We haven’t had it too bad and Farve was entertaining at least and as Paul put it, not a lot of talent around him. Notice how many offensive weapons TT has put around Rodgers? Remember when Farve wanted more offensive weapons around him? So lets stop the finder pointing and be proud Packers. This is all so silly in the end.

  49. By fjdiesi on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I couldnt agree more

  50. By rvkin on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    @ Patrick jovicic, and @ Dave Gardner; and all others that feel that Favre needs to go to the NFL Hall of Fame as a Viking. Some football fans you are, You get into the Hall as an individual not as a member of such and such a team like baseball.

    let it go. Yes, he threw interceptions and lost playoff games, But he also brought hope to a franchise that was mired in 8-8 seasons for most of 20 years prior to his arrival. Yes, He went to play for the Vikings, so what what did that do to that organization. 3 years later they’re still looking for a QB.

  51. By Russ on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    FINALLY!!!!!! This has gone on WAY TOO LONG!!!! There is absolutely NOTHING to forgive. Welcome back FOREVER #4!!!!

  52. By Badger Tom on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I too was extremely upset with Favre when he went to the Vikings; however, as with any messy divorce, there comes a time to forgive and forget. Without #4 there would have not been two trips to the Super Bowl, including one championship. He gave Packer fans more in his 16 years here than he took away from his two years with the Vikes.

  53. By Sue on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Brett Favre should be honored and inducted into the Hall of Fame. You think his leaving was disloyal? Packer fans who forget his long service to the Packer organization and how he and a select few finally brought the team back to the honor of old (30 years of agonizing play and defeat)are ignorant and deluded. Let it go and cheer for him when he comes back.

  54. By Paul on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply


  55. By Tony Driza on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    In the moment of the game, there are few in Packers who can hold a candle to what Brett did. He gave us thrilling wins, was likely out there for heartbreaking losses. That’s just the nature of the game – you’re either going to pull it off, or not, regardless of whatever hole the defense might have put you in..

    Both sides had a lot of pride at the end, I hope we all get that. To ignore what Brett’s accomplishments meant to GB in simply insane. Jeez, Vince went to the ‘Skins, and had not dance claimed the finest coach who ever stepped on the field, he would have went up against the Pack. You going to hate and boo him for that???

    It’s business, people…. Get over it, enjoy their contributions while they’re here… Recognize them for what they did, for the GREEN BAY PACKERS!!!!

  56. By Les on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Why is someone who has done so much for a community as well as an organization such as The Green Bay Packers chastised? The man did what employees do every day, he went to work for a pair of teams that wanted him. He is human just as the rest of us. If anyone else was on a roll in a league that allows one to make the kind of money and enjoy the prestige that the NFL offers, they would do most anything to keep it going as long as possible. I would emplore those that hate to just give that a thought.

  57. By packfan4 on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    I am so relieved that Packer Nation is finally welcoming Favre back home, where he belongs. There will probably be a few drunken boo-birds making fools of themselves in the stands when the #4 jersey is retired, but the vast majority of the fans at Lambeau Field that day will cheer and applaud Brett for all the great things he brought to the Packers, those 16 exciting years. I’ve been a Packer fan for 48 years, and Brett will ALWAYS be my number one Green Bay Packer. I hope he gets his wish: That Mike Holmgren and Ron Wolf will be present that day, along with his family, and that Bart Starr and Brett share in flipping the “kickoff coin” for the game that day. Can’t wait for July 2015!!

  58. By paul on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Let he who is with out sin cast the first stone.

  59. By Adrian Meli on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    This put a smile on my face-glad to have him back!

  60. By Sean on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Listen haters — just be glad hat he was on our team all those years and whatever you think of the guy he was a great quarterback and a great Packer for years. He gave it his all while he was here and he is a winner. He left for reasons out of our control and went to where the money was and to where he felt he was wanted. Give me a break and just applaud the guy for all he did over all those years!!!

  61. By whitey on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    Brett was TRADED to the jets and not a Traitor. If you all are real Packer Fans you will let Goooooooooooooo Go Brett Go he has my vote from a real Packer Fan.

  62. By chibiabos on Aug 4, 2014 | Reply

    GB can put Brett in their Hall of Infamy for all I care. He was never anything except an egotistic idiot, so please no retirement of the number.

  63. By Sue on Aug 5, 2014 | Reply

    Some of you..so called Packer fans..what a bunch of bawl babies! Brett’s statistics say it all! He was a great quarterback, I think and he deserves our respect as such!

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