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Favre documentary screens close to home

6:47 PM, Feb. 28, 2013
Last Day at Lambeau
Last Day at Lambeau: Madison filmmaker Michael Neelsen travels the timeline of the deterioration of Favre’s hero status in his documentary, "Last Day at Lambeau," which will air March 2, 2013 in Green Bay.
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The wounds haven't completely healed yet for some.

Green Bay Packers fans adore their heroes, but some @gbpressgazette Twitter followers call their former quarterback, Brett Favre "a traitorous adulterer who probably shouldn't have been my hero/role model growing up" or the "most exciting player in NFL history that is an actual (expletive) in his private life."

When Favre and the Packers parted ways in 2008, it didn't sit well with many who had previously called Favre "hero." No matter what was said, it's personal, even five years later. The reason isn't necessarily that Packers fans are ...

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