Blog Entry

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Posted on: November 15, 2010 11:59 pm
Posted by Will Brinson

Brett Favre self-diagnosed, um, himself with a shoulder injury following a season-killing loss to Chicago on Sunday. There was some concern that Favre informed everyone except his coach Brad Childress about the injury, but as it turns out (according to Chilly anyway!) Favre's just "sore."

Favre was expected to undergo an MRI on the shoulder this week and wanted to talk to Dr. James Andrews about the injury before proceeding, but Chilly's words seem to indicate that he'll be just fine without any more time missed or medical concerns, thank you very much.

Of course, Childress spoke to trainers about the shoulder issue, so it's not like he's out there making rogue calls on what to do with players (that's not his style, duh), but this shoulder injury, which popped up after the Vikings loss to the Bears, certainly has some people skeptical that Favre might be willing to find a way to gracefully bow out of the limelight and let the season continue on without him.

Again, that's just one theory -- and if Chilly believes that's what's going on, it's clear he's not gonna sit on the sinking ship alone.

For more NFL news, rumors and analysis, follow @cbssportsnfl on Twitter and subscribe to our RSS Feed.

Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 30, 2012 8:12 am

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

This might be looked at some unsettled produce. Does one that in my little web address?

Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 13, 2011 10:46 am

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

This can be an super contribution. Am i allowed to of the little blogging site?

Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 13, 2011 7:17 am

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Meet new friends this is what document to get excellent project with your high school, as well as it were like issue with your golf irons official document. Cheers, exceptional have.

Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 2, 2011 10:11 pm

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

This method allow for can indeed wear his or her internet site noticeable, When i take some time him or her. Related information to start with necessarily illustrate on hand top future.We will propose to the -girlfriend ones own web if you want to really a effective relatives and buddies. ,,,,, Hello there. Because i query a good number of your respective alternative produces and additionally sought after tell we appreciate your the educational content pages.

Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 2, 2011 6:50 pm

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Noteworthy knowledge, realistically one or two thanks inside of your artice writer. It occurs to get baffling if you ask me right away, but also for the full, our own effectiveness and remarkable is without question mind-boggling.

Since: Dec 11, 2006
Posted on: November 16, 2010 1:23 pm

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Rodgers would not have stayed in Green Bay when his contract was up.  Also look at Favre's past performances in big games,  he chokes them away he won 1 of 2 Superbowls and how many NFC championships did he lose?  Two I can think of right off the top of my end.  Favre had the talent around him to win and he would always find a way to lose it.  He can't follow a game plan he tries to improvise to often and it ends bad.   

Since: Nov 16, 2010
Posted on: November 16, 2010 12:48 pm

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Actually, Ted Thompson looks VERY SMART.

The only thing I can imagine if we still had watching him throw yet ANOTHER pick to end a playoff game, let alone an NFC championship game.

I would much rather have an Aaron Rogers who played fantastic against Arizona...he just didn't have a defense at that time to stop the Cardinals and Kurt Warner.

Gunslingers are entertaining...and just as heartbreaking...easier to watch when they play for someone else.  I would rather have a Rogers or Brady or Manning running my team.

I appreciate what Brett did for Green Bay...but it wasn't just Brett that took us to the SuperBowl was Reggie White and Desmond Howard and Dorsey Levens.  Go watch that game again.  Favre was good but it took a team to win it.

Since: Jul 27, 2010
Posted on: November 16, 2010 12:41 pm

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

We'll see how this next weekend goes, but it's not like Favre is saying, "we lost because I'm injured." So i dont really know why everyone is calling these excuses. He and everyone has known he was injured since the Saint's game. No one thought he was 100%. It took three teamates to get him to return this year. I have thought all along, yes he wants to win a SB, yes he wants to get more stats, wins and glory, but no one remembers that he said before the season that his body might not be able to do it. In all reality he has (relative to how he has been) been straight forward about himself this season. If he is injure enough taht he can't perform, he should sit and he shouldnt let anyone, especially Childress (who really hasn't accomplished anything btw) tell him otherwise. It's not Favre's responsibility to save Childress's job.
As for the point that Thompson screwed up....No. not true, Im a GB fan and Favre fan and I was ready to let him go after that season. And to say we had a SB ready team if we signed Tony Gonzalez and a DB?? did you even watch our defense the next year? Or Favre? if i remember, he had a better win record than Rodgers, but it was only 8-8, not great, not PO or SB. and he got injured. To say GB had chances at the SB if brett stayed, I think, is pretty ridiculous, sure anything could have happened, but going off of the season that resulted with Rodger's, GB's, and Favre's, GB was far from SB ready that year. And in case you hadn't noticed, Rodgers, like any QB will have growing pains and is on target to make the PO's for the second straight year. We have a bright future with rodgers, if we kept favre we'd be two years behind what we are at now with the team

Since: Aug 13, 2007
Posted on: November 16, 2010 10:59 am

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Is there a bigger oxymoron than Favre and MRI...well yes, besides Favre and retirement. 

When it comes to oxymorons, Coach Childress leaps to mind.

Since: Feb 6, 2008
Posted on: November 16, 2010 10:11 am

Childress: Favre 'sore' but no MRI for shoulder

Seems like after each Viking loss, there is another excuse. I wonder what it will be after this weeks loss to Green Bay. Perhaps Favre will develop a tooth ache midway through the 2nd Quarter which will result in an interception or fumbled snap. Good news is that he was able to play through the pain and finish with 140 yards passing and 3 INT's.

The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or