Report: Favre would listen if Bears called

With Jay Cutler injured, the Chicago Bears are desperate for a starting quarterback. Sources close to Brett Favre say he would listen to a Chicago offer if the team called. The Bears also haven't ruled out bringing in Chicago native Donovan McNabb, cut last week by the Vikings.
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With Jay Cutler injured, the Chicago Bears are desperate for a starting quarterback. Sources close to Brett Favre say he would listen to a Chicago offer if the team called. The Bears also haven't ruled out bringing in Chicago native Donovan McNabb, cut last week by the Vikings.

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