Yeah, it’s been almost a month since we’ve heard anything from Brett Favre or his camp, but did you really think it was over? Of course you didn’t. The most recent chapter in “Brett Farve’s Farewall Tour XX” has Brett silently having surgery on the bicep that has stopped him from signing with the Vikings as of yet.
Brett Favre’s determination to play quarterback this season for the Minnesota Vikings prompted him to undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair his injured passing shoulder recently, according to two sources. However, Favre remains unable to make a commitment because subsequent throwing sessions indicate the shoulder is not yet 100 percent.
Farve unable to make a commitment? You don’t say? Meanwhile, Bus Cook is, well, being Bus Cook.
Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, would not confirm or deny the surgery, saying “That’s a confidential client privilege”.
Since when is a surgery a confidential client privilege? Players have surgery all the time and it almost always becomes public knowledge. Why is this so different?
Let’s just cut all the secrecy and moving in silence. Favre and Cook need to prop themselves in front of a camera and just tell the public what we already know. That Brett Favre will play for the Minnesota Vikings this year if his arm is healthy. What’s so hard about that?
Sources: Favre has surgery (Mort & Werder)