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The Green Bay Packers finally got the best of Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings.
Brett Favre's ironman streak has endured a litany of injuries and even a pair of premature retirement press conferences. Perhaps this is the week that, finally, Favre's health prevents him from playing. The 41-year-old Minnesota quarterback has a stress fracture in his left ankle that could end his NFL-record streak at 291 consecutive games started _ 315 including the playoffs.
Brett Favre's ironman streak has endured a litany of injuries and even a pair of premature retirement press conferences.
The injuries keep piling up the Green Bay Packers.
From his incredible rookie debut to "straight cash, homey," Randy Moss has saved some of his most memorable moments for Lambeau Field.
Some NFL defenders are wondering when the league is going to crack down on infractions they see as equally deserving of suspensions as helmet hits, particularly illegal blocks that go on in the trenches.
After not sacking Brett Favre once in two losses to the Minnesota Vikings last year, the Green Bay defense feels it will have enough manpower to pressure the former Packers quarterback Sunday night.
Brett Favre doesn't want to talk about any subject but the Green Bay Packers, while the NFL is seeking more information about allegations he sent suggestive messages and lewd photos in 2008 to a woman who worked for the New York Jets.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was cleared by doctors and returned to practice for the Green Bay Packers on Thursday. Assuming he doesn't have a setback in his recovery from a concussion, he is optimistic he will start Sunday's game against Miami.