Former Green Bay Packers great Brett Favre did an interview with ESPN’s Mike Tirico and indicated that there will be a day where he’ll bury the hatchet with the Packers and return to Lambeau field.
“You look at Lambeau Field and where that place has gone and how it’s evolved, I can’t help but feel a sense of being a part of that,” Favre said. “And so, even though it’s a shame the way things went down between I and the Packers, as time goes by, you just kind of, it’s kind of like a grudge, you just kind of get over it.”
Tirico asked Favre if he see’s himself returning to Lambeau to have his number retired.
“I know that day (will come). How that will unfold, I have no idea when that will happen,” he said. “I don’t think their side is thinking about it. They’re trying to figure out how to get back to the Super Bowl, and really I’ve got my plate full. I think that’s good for both sides, not that we don’t need to shake hands and move on. I think in some ways that has happened, but you know, I do see the day, it’s going to happen. When? I have no idea.”
It’s time for Favre to put his pride aside and come back to Green Bay.