Does Favre still want to play if it’s in Minnesota?
According to CNNSI and NBC’s Peter King, who was a guest on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption” on Monday, he believes long-time division rival Brett Favre still wants to play but “won’t play if he can’t play where he really wants to play.” When asked where that might be, King said his “gut feeling” was that he’d like to play for the Vikings, according to this New York Post story.
After being charged with tampering by the Packers last year, you can be sure the Vikings are saying nothing about this speculation at this point. But if Favre is somehow granted his outright release from the New York Jets during the offseason, the talk of Favre to the Vikings will likely explode.
For now, it’s pure speculation, but until Favre absolutely cannot play anymore, it just doesn’t seem like his NFL career is truly over. Minnesota would have been an ideal situation for him and the Vikings a year ago, and given the quarterback situation now, it’s not out of the realm of possibility.
Stringer’s widow reaches settlement with league
Kelci Stringer, the widow of former Viking tackle Korey Stringer, has reached a settlement with the league over the passing of her husband during training camp in 2001, according to the Cleveland Leader .
Another lawsuit is still pending with the estate of Stringer is still pending with the manufacturer of the helmet company Riddell that the plaintiffs say contributed to his death.
Eller found guilty of lesser charges
Hall-of-Famer ex-Viking Carl Eller was found guilty of two gross misdemeanor charges stemming from an incident with police last April.
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