Favre: 'I'm enjoying retirement'

Forget about No. 4 putting on a Bears jersey. In a statement, Brett Favre says he is “enjoying retirement” and has “no plans to play football.” The latest “Favre-is-coming-back” rumor started Monday when ESPN reported that Favre would listen if Chicago made an offer.
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Forget about No. 4 putting on a Bears jersey. In a statement, Brett Favre says he is “enjoying retirement” and has “no plans to play football.” The latest “Favre-is-coming-back” rumor started Monday when ESPN reported that Favre would listen if Chicago made an offer.

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