Stand By Your Man Dept. : Deanna Favre’s Blog Defense Of Brett

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Does Brett Favre’s denial of a Jay Glazer claim the former Packers QB dished dirt on his former team to the Lions ring true?  Was ESPN’s refusal to acknowledge the story an attempt to curry favor with Favre or an outright diss of Fox Sports?  Never mind all that, because Deanna Favre — in the most intense blog entry since the launch of “My Jayson Williams.com” — would like you to know “Brett is the same man we know who is filled with great character, strength, goodness and love. Truly, nothing has changed but a uniform.”

Brett does not, in any way, hold a vendetta against his former team. But that has not stopped some from scrutinizing his every move and blaming him for so many things that simply are not true. Some incidents, like the locker room pranks appear funny (but they are still untrue)¦ Others, like the questionable phone calls to other teams, are hurtful, distasteful, and¦ still untrue as they have been reported.

Because of this, lately, my heart has been so heavy. It is very hard to watch the daily toll this has taken on Brett… First and foremost, I am his defender when people tear him down. Thus, each word and accusation weigh down on me like a ton of bricks, because I know the truth behind the rumors. My first instinct is to fight for him”for his character, his peace and his reputation. At the end of the day, I am not just Brett™s wife, I am his biggest fan.

It’s pretty inspirational stuff, though I was a little surprised to find the post didn’t end with, “signed, Peter King.”

3 responses to “Stand By Your Man Dept. : Deanna Favre’s Blog Defense Of Brett”

  1. Mary Jo Grant says:

    I sympathize with the Favre family. Living in the public eye has got to be very difficult. I’m sure all of this speculation is very hard on Brett. I would like the Favre family to know that the vast majority of people that I have talked to do not feel that Brett has a vendetta against the Packers, but I also think that those same people would feel alot better about this entire situation between Brett and the Packers organization, if Brett would simply acknowledge that he is responsible for a great deal of what happened. If he had only come to Green Bay earlier and stopped with the text messaging and stopped having his mom, his brother, his agent, etc. speak for him, I think things would have been resolved in a better way. Brett has taken his not-so subtle shots at the Packers. That is not to put all of the blame on him. Both sides are responsible. Overall, I think the people of Wisconsin wish Brett (and his family) well and look forward to having him return and retire as a Green Bay Packer; when he is ready, of course.

  2. Kass says:

    Bitch dont even match. Green and Pink dont go together. She cant be taken seriously.

  3. Aaron Ranna says:

    Remember Gerry, you “write” a blog, so you only take part in speculation…you lack creativity and respectability. Oh, and you are a liar and a bigot. Now, don’t allow my comment you fucktard Palin wannabee!

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