The Packers plan to retire Brett Favre's No. 4 jersey "in a year or two," when it's meaningful to the retired quarterback.
Brett Favre reiterated on 1340 The Fan in Lubbock, Texas on Monday that he is happy in retirement and has no plans to come back.
Retired QB Brett Favre said in a Tuesday evening statement that he has no plans to attempt a comeback.
The Bears have no interest in retired QB Brett Favre, a source tells ESPN's Ed Werder.
Citing a source familiar with Brett Favre, ESPN Chicago reports that Favre "would listen" if the Bears contacted him about playing quarterback for the 7-5 team down the stretch.
Texans GM Rick Smith confirmed to SI's Peter King that Houston has no interest in retired quarterback Brett Favre.
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms that Brett Favre will not be coming out of retirement to play for the Texans.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Brett Favre did not receive "a single call" from an NFL team after the lockout gauging his interest in another comeback.
SI's Peter King says he's hearing that Brett Favre is "being slightly tempted about playing football again."
Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald tracked down Brett Favre in Hattiesburg (MS) on Friday, and Favre confirmed to Darlington that he's not coming back to the NFL.
The agent for retired QB Brett Favre addressed rumors his client might come out of retirement in a statement on Thursday.
According to CBSSports.com's Clark Judge, the Eagles never contacted Brett Favre and have no interest in talking him out of retirement.
Brett Favre's agent said rumors that his client will be attempting yet another comeback is just "speculation."
Fox Sports' Jay Glazer has spoken with two Eagles sources who gave an "emphatic no" when asked if they are targeting Brett Favre to back up Michael Vick.