Vikings owner Zygi Wilf refused to comment today when asked about his team’s interest in Brett Favre, according to Scott Hanson of the NFL Network. Hanson, who used Twitter to relay the information, is in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., this week for the NFL owners meetings. Wilf is representing the Vikings, along with team president Mark Wilf and vice chairman Leonard Wilf. Zygi Wilf’s no comment should come as no surprise considering it seems as if Favre is driving this process and it’s pretty clear he hasn’t decided what course of action to take for the partially torn biceps in his throwing arm. Mark Wilf confirmed a week ago that the Vikings were interested in Favre but didn’t go into any detail.
Vikings owner Zygi Wilf refused to comment on Favre
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