Favre talk firing up in Houston

The Houston Texans are down to their third string quarterback, T.J. Yates, a rookie. With little faith in young Mr. Yates, Houston might be thinking about a move for retired QB Brett Favre. Head coach Gary Kubiak says he isn't ruling out "anybody."
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The Houston Texans are down to their third string quarterback, T.J. Yates, a rookie. With little faith in young Mr. Yates, Houston might be thinking about a move for retired QB Brett Favre. Head coach Gary Kubiak says he isn't ruling out "anybody."

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