fantastic player Football legend Brett Favre 

Brett Lorenzo Favre was an NFL quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, and New York Jets for two decades. He played for the Packers from 1992 to 2007.

Brett was a sports prodigy from childhood. He played football, baseball, and place-kicker in school. His father, the school football coach, encouraged his talented son to practice and improve.

Attended Hancock North Central High School. He played baseball for the school but football as a kid. Irvin, the football team's head coach, inspired his son.

Southern Mississippi gave him a scholarship. Six of his ten freshman starts were wins. Car accidents nearly ended his career. He returned to his favorite sport.

Atlanta Falcons drafted him in 1991. He was traded to the Green Bay Packers in 1992 after one season.

After Don Majkowski's 1992 Cincinnati Bengals injury, Favre took over. He hit Sterling Sharpe for 42 yards after a slow start. He also scored.

1995, 1996, and 1997 Associated Press MVP.He holds NFL records for pass touchdowns (508), yards (71,838), and completions (6,300).

1996 saw him marry Deanna Tynes. They're parents to two girls. He became a grandfather in 2010—the first active NFL player to do so.

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