No. 3 Brett Favre, 1991-2010: 44 touchdown passes

It was time for Brett Favre to come back to Lambeau Field to be honored by the Green Bay Packers. On his official site , Favre officially announced what everyone has assumed for a while: 2015 will be the year. He’ll come back for his induction into the Packers Hall of Fame, and also so the team can retire his No. 4. which is long overdue. Here’s what Favre said on his site: “It was a tremendous honor to play 16 years for the Green Bay Packers. Now to have my name placed among others such as Starr, Hornung, Kramer, Taylor, Lambeau, Nitschke, Lombardi, Davis, White and Hutson is a special honor that I share with all of my teammates and coaches, and that would not have been possible but for the foresight of Ron Wolf, the greatest GM In the history of the NFL. “I’m truly looking forward to celebrating and sharing this special moment with all of the great fans of the Green Bay Packers. ” The reunion has been put off for a while, because as you may remember, the Packers and Favre didn’t have a very clean break. Favre wanted to come back a few months after retiring, the Packers had already committed to Aaron Rodgers (that turned out OK) and Favre ended up with the Minnesota Vikings after a year with the New York Jets. The Favre-Packers relationship was a bit rocky, which was unfortunate considering Favre was the centerpiece of reviving a franchise that was absolutely terrible for a couple decades before he arrived in 1992. The only known appearance Favre has made in Green Bay since retiring in 2010 was at

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