GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy
says even he doesn't know how the Brett Favre unretirement saga
will play out over the next few days. But he does know this: Aaron
Rodgers is his starting quarterback.
In his season-opening news conference at Lambeau Field on
Saturday, McCarthy made a firm commitment to Rodgers and reiterated
that the team committed to moving forward after Favre retired in
McCarthy acknowledged the possibility that Favre, who is having
serious second thoughts about his football future, could report to
training camp with the rest of the team and even be in uniform for
their first practice Monday morning. But he'll have to file for
reinstatement with the league first, then pass a physical.
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