Vikings quarterback Sage Rosenfels has a message for his coaches and teammates: Save the explanations.
Rosenfels said Tuesday that coach Brad Childress and his teammates don't have to say anything to him regarding Brett Favre.
"I don't think it's necessary because I understand the situation," said Rosenfels, who noted he hadn't talked to Childress as of early Tuesday evening. "I've been around the league long enough.
"I feel no animosity toward players or coaches."
After flying to the Twin Cities on Tuesday night, tight end Visanthe Shiancoe said the Favre story was "ancient history."
Asked if he's disappointed, Shiancoe said, "I don't got time to be disappointed.
"Sage and T-Jack are working, and it's a competition between them," he said. "It's too bad they were put in that position and had to wait that long."