Brett Favre: No MRI Needed On Injured Shoulder
Brett Favre and Brad Childress are both in agreement on something for once, and it's the quarterback's ailing shoulder.
On Sunday, Favre told ESPN's Ed Werder that he was going to get in touch with Dr. James Andrews, who repaired Favre's torn biceps tendon after his stint with the Jets and had planned to turn in an MRI of the shoulder to Andrews.
Less than 24 hours later, Favre evidently changed his mind, telling Werder the injury was " no big deal—right now," and that he agreed with the team when the conclusion was made that no MRI was necessary.
Childress told the media that he plans on having Favre held out of Wednesday's practice as part of a new plan to keep the aging quarterback fresh during the week, but fully planned on seeing Favre out on the field for Thursday's session.
Evidently Favre noticed the injury while putting on a shirt on Saturday, which might be the ultimate sign that this has to be Favre's last year.
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