After the team lost Bradford to a season-ending knee injury, St. Louis called Brett Favre on Sunday night, asking if the 44-year-old retired quarterback who is now a grandfather, would be willing to leave his farm to plow through the back half of the Rams' schedule, league sources said.
Favre hasn't played since December of 2010, but that didn't stop the Rams from reaching out to Favre's agent, Bus Cook. ESPN
No, no, no, no, no, call anyone but Favre. Jeff Garcia is available, David Carr, Ternt Edwards are all available. Don't bring the circus back to the NFL. If they are going to try and wiggle Favre out of retirement, why not also Terrell Owens too? Just go all douche bag team. Hell, they are still better than anyone on the Rams now.
I don't think Favre will come back as they signed Brady Quinn. But I don't know why any team would want to bring him back.
On another note, Sam Bradford needs to be cut after this year. I know he has never really had any weapons during his time in St. louis, however, I have never seen much progression with him, he has always seemed pretty "meh" to me.