2011 NFL Offseason: Favre Retires (Again), Vikes Looking for New QB

January 18, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It didn't come as much of a surprise today when Brett Favre filed his retirement papers with the National Football League.
The timing may have been a bit off—just a day after the Divisional Playoff games—because, you know, Brett likes the spotlight.
But he backed up what he had been promising most of this past season: that his career as an NFL quarterback was over after the Minnesota Vikings' 2010 campaign ended with a disappointing 6-10 record.
Still, I have to wonder if we've seen the last of the future Hall-of-Famer. This isn't the first time he filed the appropriate paperwork to "officially" announce an end to his playing days, and we know we can't believe much of anything he says when it comes to retiring since he has already "unretired" twice.
Nevertheless, the Vikings have taken him at his word (and his dismal 2010 numbers) and have already begun the process of looking for a new starting quarterback. According to head coach Leslie Frazie...

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