Favre says he's not concerned about shoulder heading into Packers game
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) -- Brett Favre says his shoulder feels "OK" and that he's not "overly concerned" about his latest injury.
The Minnesota quarterback didn't mention much Wednesday about his throwing arm, and Vikings coach Brad Childress termed Favre's soreness as a normal part of the recovery process from the last game.
Instead, most of Favre's remarks touched on the frustration he and the Vikings have endured this season while falling to 3-6. They host the Green Bay Packers this week, which might be Favre's last meaningful game if the Vikings aren't victorious.
Favre insists he's not thinking about facing his old team, with the urgency to win regardless of the opponent the primary focus. He says there's still hope for a resurgence but acknowledges it has diminished some.
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