MARSHALL, Minn. (AP) -- The Minnesota Vikings have ended their silence on Brett Favre. President Mark Wilf says the team is still interested in the supposedly retired quarterback.
Wilf spoke to reporters Monday morning during a community visit to the southwest Minnesota town of Marshall.
He's being vague, but says the Vikings are in the process of assessing "a variety of factors" about Favre as they do with all free agents.
Wilf, however, says he's "not aware of any meeting" in the past between team officials and Favre.
Wilf says he hopes fans wanting more information on the situation respect the private nature of personnel decisions like these.
Wilf says it's up to Favre to address a previous report that he told the Vikings he's remaining retired.