GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- It appears that Brett Favre's (fahrvz) days with the Green Bay Packers are drawing to a close.
Coach Mike McCarthy said in a news conference today that the legendary quarterback indicated to him during a series of conversations over the past two days that he wasn't committed to moving ahead with the team. McCarthy indicated that Favre harbors hard feelings about the way the Packers have handled his decision to un-retire.
McCarthy says that after another conversation with Favre today, the quarterback left the team's training facility and was headed for discussions with general manager Ted Thompson. McCarthy, Farve and Thompson took part in a five-plus hour discussion last night that the coach terms wide-ranging and "brutally honest."
McCarthy isn't sure what the next step is in the Favre saga.
Favre was granted reinstatement by the NFL Sunday and was put on the Packers active roster yesterday.
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