With rumors looming of Brett Favre's pending retirement, the future Hall of Fame quarterback doesn't seem to be concerned.
Yesterday, cameras caught him doing his dance impression of Vanilla Ice, set to the tunes of his most famous single, "Ice, Ice Baby."
While Favre has not yet passed his concussion exam, he seems to be moving around just fine. You can hear his teammates laughing in the background, but you have to give it to him, his moves are pretty solid.
Favre suffered the concussion on a sack in the first quarter of the Vikings' blow out loss to the Chicago Bears. The game was played at TCF Stadium, home of the Minnesota Gophers. The field had been covered in a thick sheet of snow just hours before game time, and when Favre's helmet hit the turf, it received no cushioning due to the article surface being frozen over.
Since leaving the game, Favre has taken and failed two post-concussion exams, and therefore has not been cleared to play by team doctors. The Vikings will finish their season with the Detroit Lions on Sunday, and as of right now, rookie Joe Webb will get the start.
If Favre's latest media contribution is any indication of his progress, he may pass the final concussion exam he will take today. It appears he is not feeling many lingering symptoms at this point. Facing the Lions may be his curtain call, and make no mistake:
If Favre can play, he will want to finish his career with one final game. The Vikings play the Lions on Sunday, Jan. 2 at 1 pm ET. The game will be televised on the FOX Network.