Sunday, October 26, 2008

Brett, Brett, Brett. What now?

An Open Letter to a Talented Quarterback, a Confused and Conflicted Soul

Dear Brett:

When you announced your retirement, you must have wondered how you'd fill the hole left empty without the NFL, without the Green Bay Packers. You ended up back on the field in a different shade of green, no gold. Tough interviews in public, statements that hurt from both sides. The trade happened, and the saga was over.

Or was it?

Turning your back on your former organization and burning a few bridges caused pain on both sides. But intentionally assisting the opposition? Sleeping with, er, text-messaging the enemy? I hope the rumors are just that -- rumors. I sincerely hope the unprofessional phone calls and lengthy tutorials didn't happen, that they were blown out of proportion or, better yet, are completely untrue.

Brett, you are a valuable person, win or lose, playing or not. If your old team wins, it's still to your credit. Remember, Aaron Rodgers learned from the best.

Please, Brett, get help, and get it now. Before you tarnish that reputation beyond repair.

Sincerely, Daisy
A concerned and caring fan

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Blogger Jill said...

I was hanging out with some Packer fans last night and we were talking about this. I have to think that if those accusations are proven true, there is some action the league can take against him. He's really putting himself at risk if any of that is true. What a shame.

10/27/2008 11:34 AM  

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