It's becoming more and more likely that the Minnesota Vikings will potentially come out the biggest losers in the whole Brett Favre un-retirement saga. Yesterday, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel writer Bob McGinn plopped an item in the "Packer Insider" package ($6.95 per month for subscribers who want more Packer news than the daily paper feels like it needs to provide, apparently. Honestly, Wisconsin people are such suckers.) which revealed that the Packers' organization has records of Favre's alleged "inappropriate" phone conversations with Vikings' offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and coach Brad Childress.
Apparently, the phone Favre's been making his not-so-stealthy calls on was issued to him by the team. (Brett Favre is clearly not a "Packer Insider" subscriber.)
ESPN's Kevin Seifert is quick to point out that the records are not evidence of tampering, but it might be evidence enough for the NFL to pursue the charges. As already noted, if the Vikes are found guilty, they'll lose draft picks, get fined, and most definitely lose Favre. Well done.
Report: Packers' Have Favre's Phone Records [Minneapolis Star-Tribune]