by JJ Cooper
If there was any doubt that Brett Favre was retired for good, this should clear it up. Zygi Wilf, the owner of the Vikings, the team thought of as the most likely landing spot if Favre turned unretiring into an annual event, is saying Minnesota has no interest in the once-great, now really old quarterback.
If Favre can't get a team that has only Tarvaris Jackson and Gus Frerotte interested, then there doesn't seem to be much chance that Favre will be back in 2009. He's been pretty adamant himself that he's done, but we saw last year that we can't really count on that to mean anything, but if he doesn't have a good situation to go to, it's becomes a lot less appealing to come out of retirement.
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