Seriously, it's amazing how one can tarnish their reputation so quickly. Even if he was talking to Millen about hunting and this came up, hey Brett, how about taking the high road for once in your pathetic life. Packer fans were willing to overlook your alcoholism, your addiction to pain meds, and your part in the 4th and 26 debacle, among other things. Heck even the pathetic pick in the NFC championship game would have been forgotten. However, this takes the cake. Where there is smoke there is fire. This story would be huge if it wasn't broken by Glazer and Favre wasn't in ESPN and Peter King's pocket. Seriously dude, screw off. This is one Packer fan who is done with Favre and hopes the Packers feel the same way. No multi-million dollar personal services contract, no Packer Hall of Fame, no name in the Ring of Honor, no statue in front of the stadium, and go into the NFL as a Falcon or Jet. The funny thing is, I was telling my brother-in-law on Saturday that even though I was not a fan of Favre and how things went down, in 5 years all will be forgotten and when I have kids some day, I would tell them how great Favre was and not mention this junk. I don't really see that happening anymore.
From the J-S:
"I just think it's kind of messed up how he left here," defensive end Cullen Jenkins said. "Hasn't talked to Aaron, wished Aaron good luck or anything like that but he's called everybody else, called Tony Romo and stuff like that. I don't have nothing against Brett personally. But I think in his position, he could at least show a little more class, a little more respect to Aaron in that regard."