Aaron Rodgers basically rewrote the history books Sunday night.
The former NFL QB said he never talked to the Rams personally.
So come along and let’s point and laugh at some of these precious souls who actually verbalized their assumptions or desires for the Chicago Bears to sign either Brett Favre or Tim Tebow.
It’s not joy, just relief.
Rodgers may be more of a “me” guy than anyone ever thought.
The split between the Green Bay Packers and longtime quarterback Brett Favre was anything but amicable.
The retired three-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback will join the network’s crew for daylong coverage of Sunday’s NFL championship game between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
Former New York Jets quarterback Brett Favre will have to testify about sexually suggestive text messages.
Peyton Manning wrote the book on how to handle one of the trickiest situations a pro football player could possibly face.
Jerry Angelo said Wednesday that the team will not add another quarterback because there is not enough time to get a new QB entrenched in the system.
Bears head coach Lovie Smith shot down rumors saying the team would look into adding another quarterback.
When he’s not sitting on a tractor, counting his millions, want to know where Brett Favre is?
With uncertainty surrounding Jay Cutler’s injury and the fate of the Bears’ season, injury expert Will Carrol joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to discuss the extent of Cutler’s broken finger.
Would Bears fans be happy with a quarterback who ranked near the top in just about every passing department season in and season out, but needed five years as a starter to break through and win it all?
I was steeling myself for an afternoon of mawkish sentimentality, with Fox Sports presenting a football game through the prism of death – cameras tracking Brian Urlacher all afternoon, announcers consumed with his feelings after he buried his mother just the day before. Thanks to the tone set by Urlacher himself and reflected by Lovie Smith, however, it turned out I was wrong.
Recent Cubs “retiree” Carlos Zambrano is in need of a change of scenery, while his pal, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, is in need of a change of pace.
NFL.com personnel guru Gil Brandt believes Favre would be interested in playing this season, but he’s not sure there is a team out there who wants him.
Brett Favre says while his playing days are definitely over, he hasn’t decided what he’s going to do with himself in the coming years.
Former Packers, Jets and Vikings quarterback Brett Favre says he could return to football as a coach or a television analyst, although he has no plans to enter either field anytime soon.
Jenn Sterger, former New York Jets game hostess who allegedly received inappropriate photos and phone messages from Brett Favre, said in a recent interview that she isn’t a “gold-digger.”