KILN, MS - (The Comedy News) - Capping off a third straight off-season of coy indecisiveness, Brett Favre announced on Sunday that he will be re-joining the Hancock North Central High School Hawks for the 2010 football season.
Despite being 22-24 years older than most of his team mates, the three-time NFL MVP remarked, "I truly think this will be the most talented team I have ever played on. The maturity, respect, and lack of salary-cap issues with the Hancock squad really will make this an extraordinary experience. Just like me, the Hawks boys just want to play football, drink beer on week nights, and ultimately win that ever-elusive championship."
Favre also noted that he has fired his media-hungry agent, Bus Cook. Taking over the managing duties for Favre's return to high school will be his longtime friend and former Green Bay Packers tight end, Mark Chmura.
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