Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Brett Favre aftermath of NFC Championship loss

(story and photos courtesy of journalist Rick Cleveland from The Clarion Ledger)

So, I was talking to Bus Cook, sports agent of the stars, today about one of his clients, Antonio Johnson, the starting defensive tackle for the Indianapolis Colts. And I asked Bus about the health of his most famous client Brett Favre.

"Beat up," Bus answered. "You should see the photos of his ankle and his hamstring the day after the game."

I said I'd like to do just that. Cook emailed them. Brace yourself. For all those who have criticized Favre for throwing instead of running on that last play against the Saints, check out Brett's left ankle and his right hamstring.

That he even finished the game is testament to why he is football's all-time iron man, the toughest football player I've ever seen.

My Take

Whether you love him or hate him, there is a valid point why Brett Favre is NFL’s “Iron Man.” Now I ask you: How many guys would have played with that?

The ankle:

The hammie:

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