Brett Favre was badly beat up in Minnesota's overtime loss at New Orleans last January, a well-documented part of that epic NFC championship game.
Brett Favre says he knows he can still play "at a high level" if he returns to the Vikings for a 20th NFL season.
Apparently, a diamond encrusted fleur-de-lis is a Saints player's best friend.
Just 26 months after the NFL and the players association went overtime to extend their collective bargaining agreement, that cornerstone of labor peace has been threatened by the owners' unanimous decision Tuesday to opt out early.
When discussing the latest rift between retired football players and the NFL Players Association, "broken" is the word of choice. Players with broken bodies. A broken system to deal with them. An utterly — possibly irreparably — broken relationship between the two sides.