CBS Sports published a kind of oral history of Brett Favre, in which former teammates, coaches, and friends shared their fond memories of the ol’ gunslinger, and hooooooly shit get a load of this story from Mark Brunell:
This is what we get for having two weeks before the Super Bowl. Stern questions at press conferences over the size and firmness of balls. Unironic tweets explicitly comparing the NFL's investigations to actual police work, despite the fact that last September, we received a big lesson about why it's unwise to hold up…
Former NFL quarterback Mark Brunell appeared on ESPN this morning to warn viewers of the scourge of marijuana, claiming it destroys the brain and ruins lives while demanding the NFL step up its testing and enforcement of an anti-weed policy. His claims were in response to Ryan Clark's recognition that many NFL players…
How did Brunell, with 18 NFL seasons under his belt and more than $50 million in earnings, find himself with comically turned inside-out pocket? Pretty much the same way all broke professional athletes lose their money: a series of bad investments, including a failed Whataburger franchise.
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