At 39, Favre Wants To ‘Stick It Through…’
NFL Vikings Quarterback Brett Favre has made it known to the public and to his team that he isn’t sure about his 16-game commitment to the Minnesota Vikings.
As reported on ESPN.com, the 39-year-old Mississippi native said: “I may not finish the year. If you would have asked me my first year if I would finish I’d have said, ‘I may not’… No one thought I’d play 18 straight years without missing a game, me included. I have no idea what’s going to happen. None.”
As recalled, Favre did not pass up his opportunity to play for the Minnesota Vikings, because he wanted to avoid the regret of not trying at his age.
Arguably one of the best players of the game due to his continuous sacks, while having partially torn biceps and now a torn rotator cuff, coach Brad Childress admits that signing Favre was a “risk worth taking.”
Favre plans on following through with the season despite his physical condition. He does admit that he honestly can’t call it. Lets wish him the best.