Brett Favre

Birthday: Oct 10, 1969
Birthplace: Not Available
Second-round pick of the Atlanta Falcons, 33rd overall, in the 1991 NFL draft; traded to Green Bay the following year. Played 16 seasons in Green Bay and led the Packers to 11 post-season appearances, seven division titles and two Super Bowls; won Super Bowl XXXI over the New England Patriots 35-21. Won three consecutive NFL MVP awards (1995, '96, '97), the first player in the league's history to do so. Arguably his greatest game was a Monday night contest against the Oakland Raiders on Dec. 22, 2003, the day after his father died; led Green Bay to a 41-7 victory; completed four TD passes in the first half and 399 total passing yards for the game. Named 2007 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year. Traded to the New York Jets in 2008 after he tearfully announced his retirement earlier that year, and engaged in a much-publicized tiff with the Packers prior to his trade to the Jets. Joined the Minnesota Vikings in 2009, after more talk of retirement. That season, one of Favre's finest, included a victory over his old team, the Packers, that made him the first quarterback to defeat all 32 NFL teams. Had ankle surgery in May, 2010.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet Gridiron Heroes Actor 2015
No Score Yet NFL: Green Bay Packers Heroes Actor 2009
No Score Yet The Quarterbacks: Manning, Brady and Favre Actor 2008
No Score Yet NFL Brett Favre Forever Actor 2006
83% There's Something About Mary Himself 1998
No Score Yet Reggie's Prayer Janitor 1996

TV

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No Score Yet State of Play
2013-2016
Appearing
  • 2014
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest
  • 2010
No Score Yet Joe Buck Live
2009
Guest
  • 2009

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