That's like seeing Mike Freeman in a Speedo.
But both the Jets and Bucs have reportedly have been given permission by the Green Bay Packers to talk with Favre, which could lead to a possible trade. The Jets are probably trying to talk Favre into lowering his salary, which is $12 million.
If he would agree to a restructured deal, there could be a move made. It's unlikely the Jets or Bucs would do anything without Favre re-doing his deal.
Favre has told the Packers he plans to show up for camp if no deal is made. That will make for a circus, which is fine since I will be there Monday to chronicle the entire mess for CBS Sports.com.
Step right up and see the sideshow.
As of Friday, Favre still has not sent his papers to the league to have him taken off the reserve-retired list. He would have to do so before he takes part in practice on Monday.
The fans will go nuts if Favre is on the field Monday. That won't be fair to Aaron Rodgers.
Go away, Brett. Go away