UNITED STATES – MARCH 04: Ted Thompson, general manager of the Green Bay Packers, left, and Mike McCarthy, the team’s head coach, speak during a news conference regarding the retirement of quarterback Brett Favre at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, U.S., on Tuesday, March 4, 2008. Favre, 38, said today he would finish his career after 17 NFL seasons, 16 of them with Green Bay, where he won an unprecedented three NFL most-valuable player awards and a league championship after the 1996 season. (Photo by Matt Ludtke/Bloomberg via Getty Images)blog comments powered by Disqus
This may not be a bad move…
Dikembe Mutombo also made an appearance.
A better kind of notable.
Slow down, big man.
Peter King Compliments Non-ESPN Baseball Writers for Crediting Scoop, on the Day He Broke Russell Wilson Contract
Probably just a coincidence.
RIP the 80s wrestling villain.
The Patriots Asked the NFL to Correct Erroneous PSI Leaks, and Make Investigating Leaks Part of Wells Report
Internal laundry being aired out.