GREEN BAY - An exhibit dedicated to Brett Favre's career with the Green Bay Packers opens Wednesday at the Packers Hall of Fame.
The exhibit highlights Favre's most memorable performances with the Packers, including 40 game-winning drives and every Packers player who caught a touchdown pass from him. One display will look at his NFL-record 297 consecutive regular season starts and another will feature the locker he used before the 2003 renovation of Lambeau Field. His induction this year into the Pro Football Hall of Fame also will be recognized.
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Favre, originally drafted by the Atlanta Falcons, played with Green Bay from 1992-2007. He finished his career with the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings. Favre has held NFL records for most passing yards, most touchdown passes, most completed passes and most career wins. He was league MVP three times and was the winning quarterback in Super Bowl XXXI.
The exhibit is accessible to anyone who buys a ticket to the Packers Hall of Fame, which is located in the Lambeau Field Atrium.