dznutz88 wrote:The Ravens have been mentioned by some national publications and Web sites as a potential alternative if the Packers tell Brett Favre to stay retired. They lost Steve McNair to retirement and are faced with some difficult choices as they prepare to open training camp. Favre, theoretically, would give them an elite short-term quarterback and serve as a perfect mentor for QB-in-waiting Joe Flacco. The Ravens have legitimate concerns about the viability of Kyle Boller and Troy Smith, but they have installed a new coach and a new offensive coordinator and appear to be in the midst of a dynamic transition that could be sidetracked if the team gave into the temptation to go for a quick fix behind center. (Baltimore Sun)
GQ1NYC wrote:I think he would be a better fit in Carolina then Baltimore.
mikeraphon wrote:GQ1NYC wrote:I think he would be a better fit in Carolina then Baltimore.
Stop the presses...
The Toronto Star is reporting the Brett Favre is in talks with the Toronto Argonauts to make a potential return to the gridiron in the CFL. Toronto has already been dealing with a quarterback controversy in recent weeks between Michael Bishop and Kerry Joseph. Now, with Michael Bishop seemingly put on waivers as one way of dealing with the controversy, Brett Favre's name has been popping up in conversations as another potential outlet for the Argos.
tjusmc wrote:ehh. I just drop a bunch in, drink the milk, then pour the soggy goodness down my gullet.