Brett Favre: What's Next for Vikings QB?
Brett Favre suffered a possible career-ending concussion in the first quarter of the Minnesota Vikings' Monday Night Football loss to the Chicago Bears. The game was played at TCF Stadium, home of the Minnesota Golden Golphers.
The field had to be cleared off following a heavy snow cover before game time, and the turf was frozen when Favre's helmet slammed into the ground on a sack in the first quarter.
Many are now wondering what Favre will do if he indeed stays retired this time. The 41-year-old may disappear for a while, and TMZ will publish pics of him moving his lawn, or hunting in the backwoods of the South.
Eventually, he will find his way back to television. First, as a guest analyst with a quarterback's point of view, likely too harsh on defensive backs that can't catch the ball. Eventually, you may just see Favre hosting his own Monday Night Football games. You may be celebrating the end of his career as a player, but get ready for Favre the MNF analyst!
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