Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre spoke at the LSU Coaches Clinic that happened on April 1st at the Maravich Assembly Center at LSU in Baton Rouge. He discussed his many achievements over the years and shared some personal stories about what it was like for him to grow up wanting to be in the NFL, and how he managed to become a Hall of Famer and legend of the game. Favre also talked about all his playing years even going back to his time on the field in high school, and what he did in order to prepare for getting to play even more as he advanced. Overall it was a fantastic talk, and the attendees got to learn a lot about the perspective of one of the most well-known football players of all time.
The well-known retired professional football player played for 19 years in the NFL and spent the majority of his time with the Green Bay Packers for a total of 15 years. His iconic number four jersey has since been retired from the team, and is the only quarterback in the history of the NFL to throw for over 70,000 yards, more than 10,000 pass attempts, and over 6,000 completions. Favre is also a Super Bowl XXXI champion, a two-time NFC champion, and has appeared in 11 Pro Bowl games. Aside from the Packers he also played with the Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, and Minnesota Vikings for less than two years with each franchise.
Favre spoke at this year’s LSU Coaches Clinic that happened early last month to discuss his career and achievements over the years in football. The event was a success and the football star was able to offer a lot of useful advice.
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