mkapp said:found this little bit on sportingnews:
Brett Favre - #4 - Quarterback - 6'2" - 224lbs
Mon Feb 14 2005 - There are no signs that the club is preparing for Favre's departure, and there have been indications that the veteran QB intends to return for a 15th season. Favre's biggest concern is that he will come back and discover his skills have declined so much that he no longer will be an asset to the team. That isn't going to happen.
Well saidSlickVision said:If signing a unproven cry baby without giving him a physical is finding a replacement, boys we got BIGGER problems with the Packers than Brett retiring.
from this article --- said:Cook acknowledged that his famous client was experiencing no football-related health issues this off-season, enjoyed playing for coach Mike Sherman and liked Ted Thompson, the club's new general manager.
If Favre retires, the team would gain about $7 million in cap room. If Favre returns, the team could ask him to convert a $3 million roster bonus that is due next month into a signing bonus to improve their immediate salary-cap picture.