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Brett Favre rejects Rams’ offer for quarterback job

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

The St. Louis Rams reached out to retired legend Brett Favre in their desperation to replace their injured starter, Sam Bradford.

Favre, of course, ruined many a Sunday for Bears fans in his years with the Packers.

His agent confirms he's been "wooed, but Favre says, there's "no way in hell" he would he come out of retirement again.

Favre is currently coaching high school football in his native Mississippi and is said to be in great shape at the age of 44.

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