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Topic - Favre
The Indianapolis Colts take Peyton Manning's injury seriously.
The Minnesota Vikings aren't giving up on Brett Favre yet.
"I know when I leave the game, I'm going to miss it," Favre told The Associated Press in 2007, when the annual summer rite of indecision was still novel. "I know that. I'm not going to sit here and say, when I leave, it's over and I felt like I've done everything there is to do."
After a so-so season in New York, he announced his retirement in early 2009 for the second time, then reconsidered and signed with the Vikings.