This from Charley Walters of the Pioneer Press in Minnesota.
There isn't any chance- thank goodness — of Brett Favre playing for the Vikings again. But it wouldn't be surprising if he were to end up somewhere next season, maybe the Buffalo Bills or the Washington Redskins. Either could get in the spotlight with Favre while developing a young QB.
Despite the lawsuits, Favre, 41, is still a cash cow for the NFL.
Also, it's a good bet that the egocentric future hall of famer doesn't want Indianapolis' Peyton Manning to break his NFL records, and every year Favre plays is another year that Manning has to play if he's going to catch and surpass him.
The Vikings' release of quarterbacks coach Kevin Rogers, who coached the Redskins' Donovan McNabb at Syracuse, would seem to dismiss the possibility of McNabb coming to Minnesota.
I pray this guy doesn't have any inside sources.