Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre said something pretty interesting Wednesday on SiriusXM NFL Radio, suggesting that quarterback Aaron Rodgers is going to be part of a "year in the life" documentary.
Favre, who retired in 2010, hosted a show on the network in 2016 and returned to host a new weekly show this season.
Sports Illustrated points out that quarterback Tom Brady released a "Tom vs. Time" Facebook series that gave fans a look behind the curtain in 2017, a series that ended with the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles.
Favre had other complimentary things to say about Rodgers after his stirring performance to beat the Chicago Bears on Sunday night.
"It's one of those things where you go, 'Just when I think I've seen it all and the guy can't get any better,' I don't want to say he proves me wrong, but why would I ever doubt him? When I saw him get hurt, obviously you don't know, you speculate. When I saw him get back out, I knew he would play. ... There was a part of me that said it's gone a little too well for Chicago at this point, and everyone's kind of striking up the band. There's still a lot of football left.
"To me a great quarterback is one of those guys who can elevate whoever is in the huddle with him and on the sidelines. You just know you've got a chance to win, no matter what. And he has that abiltiy and he's proven time and time again he can do that, regardless of injury."
If anyone wants to start a petition asking that Favre be the narrator for said documentary, count us among the signees.
Randall Cobb also spoke to the NFL show.