Brett Favre flew home to Mississippi on Tuesday morning presumably uncertain about whether he will return to the Vikings for a second season. Favre's older brother, Scott, said at some point soon the two will get together to play golf and perhaps talk about Brett's future plans.
"I’m sure once he’s healed up a little bit I’ll try to get him out on the course and start playing," Scott said Tuesday. "Right now he couldn’t swing [a club]. He was beat up physically and mentally [against the Saints]. He was emotionally drained. Physically, he hurt both wrists, both ankles, one leg, head bruised. He was beat all to hell. That’s part of it.
Scott talks to his brother often and said he doesn't think Brett has made a decision on whether he will retire again.
"I feel like there was a special bond with those guys," he said. "He really does like them. I know with him and Sidney and Percy and Adrian. All of them. The line, defensive guys. For some reason he just bonded with them from the start. They took him in. He just fit in. Sometimes that happens and I definitely think he felt comfortable and wanted there from the start."