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It’s The Aaron Rodgers Era In Green Bay

Many fans responded to the news of Brett Favre’s decision to retire by  heading out to snap up Favre memorabilia . Favre himself has yet to make a public statement about his decision.  Packers general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy reacted to Favre’s decision to retire at a press conference on Tuesday.  Thompson said that everyone is a little disappointed that Favre will not be returning for a 17th season in Green Bay, but they do respect his decision.  McCarthy said Favre informed him of his intent to retire via telephone on Monday night.  McCarthy added that Favre said he is very mentally tired.

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One Response to “It’s The Aaron Rodgers Era In Green Bay”

  1. Rich says:

    Click the link above and check out the prices of Favre memorabilia on the day after his retirement…people can’t get enough of it. If he slows down on the autograph signings, prices are going to go up.

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