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Favre: The Man. The Legend.

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With the insider perspective that the award-winning writers and photographers of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel provide, Favre: The Man. The Legend. is a comprehensive retrospective of the life and times of the three-time MVP and Super Bowl champion. This biography traces his humble beginnings in rural southern Mississippi, and follows his career at the University of South ...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Triumph Books (first published January 1st 2008)
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Dettric J
Dec 10, 2013 Dettric J rated it it was amazing
this book was about a football player named Brett Favre. He played for the green bay packers in the NFL. Brett was a quarter back and he was number 4 .Later in the season, Brett was the starting quarter back for the packers. This book talks about Brett's life and making it into the NFL .Brett's dad was his high school football coach. In high school,Brett was bring the coaches from every where to watch him play. He had a monster arm and the coaches definitely noticed his accuracy .In practice, ...more
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