Even though Brett Favre has once again crawled into retirement, the media will continue to provide every last ounce of coverage on the legendary quarterback.
The gray-haired gunslinger is not even safe in his quiet hometown of Hattiesburg, Miss. from those seeking to keep his name relevant in NFL news. I'm sure he doesn't mind the attention, and that's why he's considering a comeback.
No, No. 4 won't step on the football field ever again unless he wants to spend the entirety of his retirement in a hospital. However, nobody ever thought a man who had such love for the game would ever completely walk away, especially after all those tears.
According to ESPN.com, Favre claimed that he may be interested in a coaching job or he might take the path of many professional sports stars and bring his football smarts to television as an analyst.
Either way, I'm sure one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time will find his way back into the national spotlight because anything he does is always big news.
In my opinion, he's more qualified to be a pee-wee football instructor than a NFL head coach, but if he wants back into the league he certainly has the credentials to be a tutor to young quarterbacks.
If the coaching doesn't work out, television is always an option. If ESPN is full, I'm sure he'd find a home with TNT because he definitely "knows drama."
Favre has plenty of experience performing on TV and, before too long, he'll be talking football in prime time with Troy Aikman and John Gruden.
He's a Wrangler guy. Always has been. Always will be. Brett Favre's also a football guy. Always has been. Always will be.
That's why you shouldn't be surprised that if he returns to the workforce; his occupation will have something to do with the game he's devoted his life to.