Category: Packer Reports

Favre’s New TV Spot Hints Return

Brett Favre is now mocking his own tearful farewell press conference, and getting paid for it. Favre appears in a T-Mobile commericial, on a set re-enacting his March 6th presser by saying "after 17 years, it's time to say….hello." It's at the end of the spot.

NOTE: Click on the link below. It will open to a T-Mobile page of commercials. Look to the right on the bottom for a video called "Moving". Favre is on that spot.

Click Here: Favre In T-Mobile TV Commercial 

Here are other stories of interest:

 Mike McCarthy Avoids Favre Questions at Community Event

Former GM Ron Wolf moving back to Green Bay


Green Bay Packers president Mark Murphy, chairman emeritus Bob Harlan, and a few players are spending day one in their annual Tailgate Bus Tour.

The third annual Tailgate Tour left Lambeau Field Tuesday morning. General manager Ted Thompson, back from his vacation, declined to talk about the Favre situation. So did coach Mike McCarthy, who is also back from vacation but not wanting to go public about his former quarterback.

The organization is still trying to deal behind-the-scenes with Favre's desire to return. However, the guys on the tour will have to answer fans' questions for two more days. It's not unexpected.

"This does not surprise me. It is hard for a player to leave the game and it never ends the way you want, whether you're a star or not. It is very hard to leave the game, and I think that is what we are seeing here," said Murphy, a former NFL player himself.

Has Favre played his last game wearing the green and gold? "I won't get into hypotheticals," Murphy replied. "That's for you guys. I can't get into it." 


Mike McCarthy went to a Green Bay area Boys & Girls Club to make a $100,000 donation. In return the kids asked him "Is Brett Favre coming back?"

"Did someone in the media put you up to that?" joked McCarthy, who would not answer any Favre related questions.

– Mike Clemens 

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