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Brett Favre-Roger Goodell: A Very Important Meeting (Humor)

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL - FEBRUARY 28:  In this handout photo provided by Disney , Brett Favre, who recently announced his retirement, lounges with Goofy on February 28, 2009 at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Favre, who holds multiple NFL records including most passing yards in a career, is at Walt Disney World this weekend for 'ESPN The Weekend,' a sports-themed fan event held at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park.  (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Disney Via Getty Images)
Cole TesslerCorrespondent IJune 10, 2009

Lately it seems Brett Favre has been signalling he is coming back.

Favre is turning 40 next year and is getting older and older.

Now, Brett Favre is to talk to commissioner Roger Goodell about a possibility of a walker with Favre on the field and if he can get a two hand touch rule.

"I just don't have the energy any more to keep running up and down the field." Favre said.

Brett Favre seems like he can't stay away from football announcing his retirement and now it seems like he is coming back twice in a row.

Brett Favre was practicing with his walker with the Mississippi Pee Wee football team.

Out Of 100 snaps Favre got sacked 78 times, threw a 21 interceptions and had a very nice play with a one yard gain.

"He juked a kid out of his shoes with his walker with his one positive gain" Favre's agent said.

"Then after walking a foot then getting tackled by six kids."

"Those kids looked small but they are tough. I mean, Billy the 3'5" DE could really could tackle, but overall it was worth it" Favre said.

Many are questioning if it is really worth it as Favre sustained three broken ribs and and a fractured leg.

But another concern as Favre doctors say he might turn into dust if sacked too hard.

"With Brett Favre's age and condition, if sacked to hard all his bones might break and he might actually turn into dust."

Which is another concern which should be brought up at the Roger Goodell meeting.

Brett Favre is planned to bring up a two hand touch proposal which says teams only have to place two hands on him to tackle him, in order not to turn into dust.

But don't worry Favre fans if the two hand touch rule, Favre has many back up plans such as a bear hug and a flag on his back.

Favre said, "I want to pay football but I do not want to turn into dust, so I am trying to get the best of both worlds here."

The outcome of this meeting sure should be interesting.

 

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