Tears. That's what they're saying. Brett Favre reportedly cried while surrounded by his teammates during a very emotional apology.
According to Pro Football Talk and Vikings kicker, Ryan Longwell, Brett is sorry for being a distraction.
"I need you guys to carry me tonight," Favre told the Vikings, according to Longwell. "I'm ready to go out there and give it my best, but I don't know what's going to happen."
Meanwhile, another woman has surfaced, alleging that Favre made passes (incomplete ones, from the sound of it).
As far as we know, Brett has neither confirmed, nor denied any of the allegations. Did you know his wife very nearly kicked him to the curb over his antics with other women in the past? Deanna wrote about a particular instance in her book, Don't Bet Against Me: Beating the Odds Against Breast Cancer and Life. While Brett played for Green Bay, she recalled walking into the room and hearing Brett on the phone with a woman he had been calling. It was then she told him it was over; that she didn't deserve to be treated in this manner. Brett begged her not to go. It was the wife of Green Bay's QB coach that changed Deanna Favre's mind; she told Deanna, "Don't leave or Brett will end up killing himself."
Time will reveal all, I suppose. Wonder if he cried for his wife and children the way he cried for his teammates.