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WBAY reports the following on its website on Brett Favre in Green Bay tonight to induct former teammate Frank Winters into the Packer Hall of Fame:
Favre was there, and steered clear of any talk of his soap opera with the Packers organization. Instead, he spoke only of his former center, Frank Winters, before quickly stepping down from the podium and out a side door.
"I think when you think of great linemen," Favre said. "there's some great names within this organization...I think you need to think of Frank Winters as well."
He went on to praise the Packers saying, "that's the thing about Green Bay. It's a special place, lots of tradition. You think of the Packers and you think of all the great names and to be part of that, I know Frank feels honored, is a special thing."
Unlike Packer GM Ted Thompson, Favre is a class act.
More coverage from the Green Bay Press Gazette:
Saturday's Hall of Fame induction ceremony for one night pushed aside Brett Favre's standoff with the Green Bay Packers.