Brett Favre, once quarter-back for the Packers, now quarter-back for the Vikings, enjoyed the time he had playing for Minn., according to the Star Tribune, but faces a huge decision.
"Who would've thought?" said Ryan Longwell, the Vikings kicker. "We spent nine years together and had fun, but the most fun year we had was Year 13 for me and Year 19 for him in a Minnesota Vikings uniform. So you just never know what life brings. You never know what's around the corner."
Nobody, including Favre, knows what is around the corner for the 40-year-old's football career.
Vikings manager, Brad Childress, has not put pressure on Favre to make a decision to play for the Vikes next season, and Neil Reynolds, a sport's columnist for the BBC, said Favre has unfinished business and will probably sign for another year.