Pro Football Talk recently had a story on Brett Favre because at this time of the year the past few years, he always announces he may come out of retirement. Could this happen again? His brother says absolutely not but Brett Favre has playing football in his blood. Least we not forget that Youngwood, Pennsylvania's George Blanda played until he was 46. I think Favre could still be an excellent back-up quarterback that could spell the starter if any injury occurred. But would Brett Favre be receptive to being an NFL back-up quarterback. Probably not, but you never know. On January 17, 2011 Favre officially sent his retirement papers into NFL headquarters. But did he sign them. Brett Favre is a very active guy, loves the game of football, and probably needs to be around the game in some capacity, whether it be an announcer, a player, or in some capacity an administrator or coach for some NFL or college program. He has personal website titled officialbrettfavre.com. I would not be surprised that Favre shows up somewhere publicly in the game football not only for this season but maybe in the near future. Brett Favre is the kind of guy that is not going to disappear.