There may still be a chance that Brett Favre returns, according to FOXSports.com.
Assuming the impending lockout is resolved, former Cowboys vice president of player personnel Gil Brandt said that he wouldn’t rule out the 20-year veteran eyeing another NFL comeback.
“I do think Favre would be interested in talking to a team about returning,” Brandt told NFL.com during his weekly chat. “But I don’t see a team out there right now that would bring him back as a starter.”
Favre struggled mightily over the course of the 2010-11 season, posting just a 69.9 QB rating in his second year with Minnesota. He also saw his consecutive games streak end at 297.
Brandt added that he didn’t expect Minnesota, which used its first-round pick on Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder, to be one of the teams interested in bringing Favre back.
Later on Wednesday, Favre’s friend and former teammate, kicker Ryan Longwell, said that Favre isn’t going to come back, adding that Favre is looking forward to not having to deal with answering the retirement questions this fall.