Packers plan to wait a year (or two) before retiring No. 4

The Packers say they’ll will wait “a year or two” to retire Brett Favre’s jersey. Packers president Mark Murphy tells the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel the club will do it “at a time that’s meaningful” to Favre.
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The Packers say they’ll will wait “a year or two” to retire Brett Favre’s jersey. Packers president Mark Murphy tells the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel the club will do it “at a time that’s meaningful” to Favre.

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