Brett Favre just signed a contract to be the new quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. As one of the NFL’’s most dominant quarterbacks over the years, I guess he still has one or more years left in him. As a Jets fan, we were happy to have him last year in New York. Ok, so he’s un-retired once again. Does he have it in him to make another run? Who knows. But one things for sure, he has to live somewhere this season, right?
Here’s some homes that Brett might want to consider buying:
1. $5750,000 - 2505 E. Lake Of The Isles Pkwy Minneapolis-MN 55405
2. $5,495,000 2427 E. Lake Of The Isles Pkwy Minneapolis MN 55405
3. $3,999,990 - 222 2nd St. SE. 1701 Minneapolis MN 55414
4. $3,995,000 - 2340 W. Lake Of The Isles Pkwy Minneapolis MN 55405
5. $3,295,000 - 301 Kenwood Pkwy 701 Minneapolis MN 55403
In case Brett doesn’t have a Realtor to help him, here are some local real estate agents in Minneapolis, Minnesota that can help him find his new home.
Good luck in your new city and with your new team Brett!
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“On Monday, Vikings QB Tarvaris Jackson, who was the team’s primary starter last season, was asked what he thought of the reports.
“I didn’t hear it, somebody told me about it,” Jackson said of Glazer’s article. “I didn’t watch it on TV or anything like that. I think guys are just doing their job. Just trying to get people to watch their station, you all try to sell papers, that’s how it is.”
“Favre landed at a small airport in St. Paul, Minn. at midday and was greeted by Childress. The timing for Favre’s arrival is ideal for him. Although he has missed most of Vikings training camp, he could be ready to start Friday’s preseason game.
Favre joined practice just two hours after landing, dropping back and throwing passes in individual drills.At an small opening in a chain link fence surrounding the practice field, fans gathered to sneak a peak of Favre, including some trying to peer under the fence. WhenFavre walked on the field, the fans cheered.”
“I don’t have a reaction,” said Aaron Rodgers. “It doesn’t pertain to me. It has absolutely nothing to do with me. It doesn’t change anything. It has nothing to do with the Green Bay Packers.”
“I ain’t worrying about it to be honest,” said receiver Donald Driver.
Charles Woodson was asked if he thought Favre can still play at 40 (his birthday is on October): “I don’t know, I think you’d have to ask Brett that. That don’t really concern me. That’s Minnesota’s deal.”
“After all those years of not being able to hit him, do I want to hit him? Of course I want to hit him,” said Nick Barnett. “He’s an awesome guy. I wish him the best.”