Brett Favre Tweets

-by Al Ferretti and Skeeter Hansen

Vikings Sign Brett Favre; Let The Tweets Begin On Twitter

Brett Favre is a Minnesota Viking


BIG TRENDING TOPIC ON TWITTER:
Brett Favre

Today, our hometown football team the Minnesota Vikings signed NFL 3-time Pro Bowl (and future hall of fame) quarterback, Brett Favre.

Whether you love or hate the idea of Brett Favre coming out of the retirement and/or joining the Minnesota Vikings, it’s certainly going to be entertaining this football season, to say the least.

Let the tweets begin, Brett Favre has been a HOT trending topic on Twitter all day.

How do you feel about Brett Favre joining the Minnesota Vikings?
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You can also get the inside scoop with my hometown media favorites

KFAN Sports Radio (KFAN)
Minneapolis Star Tribune Newspaper (StarTribune)
WCCO TV (WCCO)

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One Response to Brett Favre Tweets

  1. He is an attention whore who does not know how to talk away from the game. If he was contemplating retirement he should keep it with his family and NOT tell anyone in the media about it. The game is more about HIM and where he decides to play then what is best for the league.

    Between him and Chris Chelios (at least at 47 he hasn’t come out of retirement for the gazininth time but still is a shell of himself) they can’t walk away from the spotlight.

    There comes a time when you need to walk out of the spotlight, let the youth have their chance and just move on.

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