Brett Favre spoke on the record for the first time since rumors of his second "un-retirement" began to surface. Favre was a guest on the debut of HBO's "Joe Buck Live" program and he commented on his rumored return to the Minnesota Vikings.
Favre told Buck that he did have surgery on his shoulder about 2.5 weeks ago and the rehab was thought to take about 4 to 5 weeks. He said the only way that he would comeback again is if his shoulder is 100% healthy.
Favre also told Buck that his legacy in football is secure because of his 16 years in Green Bay and will not be tarnished by anything he does after that time frame. He doesn't think that Packers fans will think less of him for playing somewhere else, including rival Minnesota and pointed to Vince Lombardi coaching the Redskins as an example.
Favre also said the Vikings are the only team he'll play for because he knows the offense so well and would be a good fit to the team.