May 9, 2011 by staff
Brett Favre, Say goodbye to Brett Favre, football player. So he says. The now-retired NFL QB told a Mississippi television station that he is “starting a new career” and content that has the NFL in his rearview mirror.
What’s next? It could be a coach, could be the television, “said Favre WDAM TV.” Both are highly unlikely, at least in the short term. ” Favre, 41, submitted his retirement papers with the NFL in January. His NFL record streak of 297 consecutive starts ended in December after a concussion forced a game Favre.
Favre showed up at a youth soccer clinic on Friday, when he made his observations. He said he has no concrete plans for future work, but added that he hopes to become a full-time coach “in the short term at any level.”
In 2008 and 2009, Favre completed brief retirement to return to the NFL. But he always said last year had not planned to return to the NFL in 2011.
He acknowledged that cutting the cord, especially once the season starts, could be difficult.
“I’m sure there will come a point where I forget that,” Favre said. “And I always miss the guys in the locker room, win and lose together. There is no substitute for that.”
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