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That's a mouthful of an award title for "The Gunslinger," but he can always add it to his ever-growing resume.
Favre pulled a "Jose Canseco" this week by deciding to throw the Jets under the bus for not putting him on their injury report.
Did anyone else detect Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum's sarcasm when he responded with, "I should've listed him as probable, and we didn't, and I'll take responsibility for that."
Maybe I'm just imagining things, but it seems like front offices and teams across the NFL are getting sick of Favre's shenanigans. He's in, he's out.
He's got three broken ribs, and a bad rotator cuff, so he chop blocks a defender in the pre-season.
Favre has cried wolf too many times, and this is the year he pays the price for it. Remember, everyone, he wasn't exactly lighting it up last season: 22 TDs, 22 INTS.
He's become extremely injury prone (as any 40-year-old should), and he WILL do more harm than good for the Vikings this season.
Perhaps he and Brad Childress can take a few hunting trips together after the year is over, because neither will have a job.