Brett Favre is back in football.
The former Green Bay Packers quarterback was introduced as the newest member of The 33rd Team.
Officials with “The 33rd Team,” an app that provides football insider content as well as insights and analysis from former general managers, coaches, and players, announced this week that Favre would be joining their team.
Favre joins a team that includes his mentor and former long-time coach Bill Parcells, Hall of Fame coach Bill Cowher, former Vikings coach Mike Zimmer, Rich Gannon, and Rick Spielman, who was fired as Vikings’ general manager along with Zimmer after last season.
Favre played in a record 299 consecutive games and posted totals of 6,300 completions, 10,169 attempts, 71,838 yards, and 508 touchdowns in his 302-game NFL career.
From 1995 to 1997, Favre was named Most Valuable Player three times, received 11 Pro Bowl selections, and was named first-team All-Pro three times. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016.