Favre to Buy CFL

22 01 2012

Brett Favre announced maybe yesterday that he will be purchasing the Canadian Football League.  Rumor emerged after Favre was spotted hunting elk and accidentally dropped an “eh” during a conference he had at some point in the past.  Favre took this route when the Colts declined his offer to play quarterback after Peyton Manning went out for the season.

“We will not be accepting Favre’s offer to play.  Even though he is willing to pay us to play we feel we will have a better chance with Curtis Painter”, Caldwell tweeted.  The tweet didn’t post however due to it being too long and containing a link that was not approved by Twitter.  Twitter flat out refused to comment – even though I didn’t request a comment from them.  This is what some people like me are saying is the reason why Caldwell is no longer the Head Coach for the Colts.

Favre also maybe announced that with his purchase of the CFL he has called dibs on All Time Quarterback and will play QB for all eight teams.  A locker building will likely be built outside the stadiums for Favre.  Blueprints have been released…I have a sketch of what it is presumed to be in my head.

Unconfirmed Drawing of Favre's Locker

This transaction gets the CFL one step farther from combining with the NFL.  Roger Godell doesn’t approve of this transaction and tried everything he could to keep from happening.  Unfortunately he was preoccupied with the Player negotiations probably started by Brett Favre.

“I feel I have five more years in me” Favre said six years ago.  He feels this is the best way to show everyone that he still has a throwing arm and can be productive in a sport where retired American Football players go.  Like a high school band getting back together, Favre plans to take the CFL by storm, or at least a really bad rainy day.




One response

12 03 2012
steve desio

Why doesnt favre just buying a CFL franchise. there is one region with a stadium in place and another to be built all it needs is an owner

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