Vikings QB Sage Rosenfels broke his silence on the team's interest in Brett Favre. But Rosenfels didn't have much to say about the courtship. "It doesn't make any sense to comment on something that hasn't happened," Rosenfels, told the Des Moines Register. The Vikings acquired Rosenfels in a trade with the Texans in February. Favre's agent, Bus Cook, told the Hattiesburg (Miss.) American in a story published Sunday that "there's absolutely no substance to all the speculation" about his client coming out of retirement to play for the Vikings. "I can't talk about that stuff without (Favre's) written permission," Cook said. Favre retired for the second time in February, and he was granted his release from the Jets a few weeks ago. Cook reiterated that Favre still is retired. "Have there been meetings? Are there any scheduled? To my knowledge, no," Cook told the paper. "Right now, Brett's retired. He's out there cutting grass." Yet, once again, Cook left the door open for his client to un-retire. "He may look up next week and say, 'I want a job,' " Cook said. "But as of right now, he's retired. That's it."
Vikings QB Rosenfels has little to say about Favre
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