Favre had regrets about returning to Vikings

Brett Favre told an Atlanta radio station that there were many times after the 2010 season started that he thought he had made a mistake returning to the Vikings. Favre said his regrets faded after injuries sidelined him late in the season and he had time to think about the year.
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Brett Favre told an Atlanta radio station that there were many times after the 2010 season started that he thought he had made a mistake returning to the Vikings. Favre said his regrets faded after injuries sidelined him late in the season and he had time to think about the year.

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