Brett Favre: Brad Childress Shows Double Standard by Allowing him Back

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

At various times this offseason, Minnesota Vikings Head Coach Brad Childress has tried to be stern with his team.
Like any NFL coach, Childress is trying to keep control over his guys and show none are bigger than the team. With so many egos in the NFL, keeping your locker room in check is a must.
He called out Adrian Peterson for missing OTAs after the star running back's hometown of Palestine, Texas, dedicated "Adrian Peterson Day" to him.
Next, Vikings' management threatened to take away Percy Harvin's roster spot after bereaving for his late grandmother and suffering from migraines. If Harvin hadn't responded to their letter in five days, his roster spot would have been taken.
But when it comes to Brett Favre, the Vikings go from authoritative to meek and desperate.
The last two offseasons, Favre has played with the Childress and the Vikings, causing them to grovel back to the star quarterback in the middle of training camp. The last two Augusts, Favre has...

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