Brett Favre on Twitter?

If you love Brett Favre and hang on his every word, the Star Tribune reports No. 4 will soon start Twittering his thoughts. We hope he doesn't figure out how to send photos.
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If you love Brett Favre and hang on his every word, the Star Tribune reports No. 4 will soon start Twittering his thoughts. We hope he doesn't figure out how to send photos.

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