Vikings quarterback Brett Favre took the baseline neurological test late Wednesday afternoon but still has yet to pass, according to NFL sources.
Vikings interim coach Leslie Frazier said Wednesday that Favre had last taken the baseline exam about three or four days ago. Despite Joe Webb's performance in the Vikings' victory at Philadelphia on Tuesday, Favre will get the start on Sunday against Detroit in the regular-season finale if he can go.
Favre, who suffered a concussion a week ago Monday against Chicago, was given his latest test after Frazier's news conference.
Favre, 41, has said this will be the final game of his 20-year career, although the fact he has retired twice before and then returned has left some skeptical. Frazier said after Tuesday's game and again Wednesday that Favre will be under center on Sunday if he's able.