Favre admits fault in leaving Packers


by Keith Meka

MILWAUKEE -- The old saying of time heals all wounds is evident in the case between Brett Favre and the Green Bay Packers.  Many Packer fans never thought they would see the day when Favre would take the blame for how messy things got when he left the Packers a few years ago. 

When number 4 was on the field he could do nothing wrong as a member of the green and gold.  When he retired a Packer many thought that he would stay retired, but he decided he wanted to come back to the delight of many Packers fans, however Packers General Manager Ted Thompson shut the door on that idea and things got ugly between both sides. 

To make matters worse, Favre ended up playing two seasons with the Packers rival, the Minnesota Vikings.  The relationship has remained icy for most of that time until recently when Favre made some comments about how things ended. 

Being interviewed on a Buffalo radio station Favre said that "It's over and done with. I was at fault.  I feel that both sides had a part in it. If you could go back, would I or them have done things differently? I'm sure both sides would. But you can't." 

During the interview with the radio station Favre also said that he felt honored that the Packers might retire his number someday.  He also went on to say that him and Aaron Rodgers have a good relationship.


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