Brett Favre threw some kind words at the man who replaced him at quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.
Speaking at a charity function Thursday, Favre said that Aaron Rodgers is “almost too good.”
“I mean that with all due respect,” Favre said. “I mean, all of my good records will be broken and all my bad ones I'm going to keep. When I watch him, he's good. … I don't know what else to say.”
Favre lauded Rodgers at an event for the Rawhide Boys Ranch, an organization that helps at-risk boys in Wisconsin. The retired quarterback has long supported the charity co-founded by another former Packers quarterback, Hall of Famer Bart...
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