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Though Brett Favre spent most of his career with the Green Bay Packers, and in the past two seasons has been in the news consistently as a member of the Minnesota Vikings, it was actually the Atlanta Falcons that drafted Favre way back in 1991, selecting him 33rd overall with their second round pick.

Favre only played a single season for the Falcons, and in fact only attempted four passes, completed zero of them and got intercepted twice. After this inauspicious start to his career he would be shipped to the Green Bay Packers and the rest as they say is history.

Over the next 16 seasons Favre would establish himself as not only one of the greatest quarterbacks in the game, but perhaps one of the greatest of all time. He led the Packers to two Super Bowls, including a championship in Super Bowl XXXI. Favre was the first player to win 3 consecutive AP MVP awards, and during his time with the Packers he amazingly started every game between September 1992 and January 2008.

After his long, successful stint with the Packers, Brett Favre seriously considered retirement. Ultimately he was not ready to leave the game he loved. He wound up moving to the New York Jets, where he excelled in the first part of the season before nagging injuries derailed his season.

The following season he again contemplated hanging it up, but wound up instead moving on to the Minnesota Vikings. There, Favre enjoyed a renaissance season, putting up incredible statistics and leading the Vikings all the way to overtime of the NFC championship game against the New Orleans Saints.

The 2010-11 season has been a disappointment for Favre, and it is looking more and more like his certain Hall of Fame career will end on a sour. Still, if he decides to finally hang it up once and for all he will retire with a Super Bowl ring and as the all time leader in both passing yards and touchdowns. Not too shabby.