Jets don’t have to deal with nonsense Dan Leberfeld
The Jets and their fans must be thrilled they didn’t have to deal with Brett Favre’s theatrics the last two off-seasons.
A lot of his apologists thinks this is fine, but really unfair to his current team (and former teams). As like most off-seasons over the last five years or so, Favre refuses to make a decision on whether he’s going to play the upcoming season, and we are almost in July.
“I do know when it’s over, it’s over,” Favre told his high school buddy Al Jones from the Biloxi newspaper. “I can’t play forever. It’s not like being a dentist or playing golf, I can’t play football forever. I just don’t know. I do not want to stir the pot. If it (comment) comes from me, it’s a big deal. At my age, all surgeries are major. The three I’ve had on the same ankle were considered minor, but major to me. It feels fine now. If my body was a wreck, the decision would be made. But that is not the case. I know they (Vikings) want to know. Hell, I want to know. But I am not going to press it.”
The Jets made the right decision releasing him early in 2009.
Who needs this nonsense?