Green Bay Packers

Brett Favre, I Apologize

3 Dec 1995:  Quarterback Brett Favre #4 of the Green Bay Packers scrambles out of the pocket and scans the field for a receiver during the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  The Packers defeated the Bengals 24-1
Riley AngelCorrespondent IJuly 29, 2009

With Brett Favre announcing his decision to NOT play for the Minnesota Vikings, many Packer fans owe Brett a huge apology.

I will begin with mine.

Over the past few months, amid speculation that he was returning to play for the hated Minnesota Vikings, Favre has taken harsh criticism from Packer fans by being called a traitor and some vowing to reject him for life. I have been one of these people and am now ashamed of not having faith in him to do the right thing.

Brett has shown his true colors by making the right decision and showing many fans that they shouldn't make judgements before any decision is made.

I for one hope that I can learn from this and not make the same mistake again, and hope my fellow Packer fans will learn the same.

So, I leave with this.

I am sorry, Favre, for believing the media and believing you to be a turncoat to the Green and Gold. I am ashamed of myself and will never doubt you again.

                                                                                            Signed,

                                                                                            Riley James Angel

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