Now apparently he is claiming he doesn't want to play for the Packers because he doesn't trust Ted Thompson. Why? Because apparently Favre's management orders were not followed by his underling, GM Ted Thompson. First, Favre ordered Thompson to get Randy Moss and worked hard to make it happen, but Thompson against his orders decided to go another direction. Second, Favre told Thompson to hire Steve Marriucci as head coach and Thompson hired Mike McCarthy instead. Third, Thompson went against Favre's orders to resign Marco Rivera and Mike Wahle. http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=772402 One thing I missed is when did Favre actually become defacto owner/president of the Packers? Last time I checked, personnel decisions were not part of the QB's job description. I know Brady probably lobbies for the Pats to resign or sign players (most QBs of certain status do), but I cannot ever see him publically calling out Belichick or Pioli for their personnel decisions. If a player that Brady wants doesn't get signed or resigned, I am sure he is mature enough to understand that Pioli and Belichick have a plan and that player just didn't fit. I think Thompson deserves some of respect too. It's not like he is making Matt Millen type of decisions. The Packers were one Favre overtime INT away from going to the Super Bowl last year. Thompson is doing something right. I alway respected Favre, but he is really doing a lot to tarnish his image here. He really should just shut up and either play for the team the Packers trade him to or just go back to Mississippi and work on his farm. He is just lucky that the media loves him so much because he would be roasted otherwise.