HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) -- Brett Favre tells The Associated Press that he felt "pretty good" after a workout Wednesday, but he's not yet ready to commit to the Minnesota Vikings because he wants to make sure he can be effective for an entire season.
The 39-year-old quarterback says he will give the Vikings an answer on whether he'll play this season by the July 30 start of training camp.
Favre has been working out with the Oak Grove High School football team three days a week all summer, but added a Sunday workout because he's "running out of time."
Favre says surgery to repair a biceps tendon in his throwing arm was successful and that he has enough velocity to return to the NFL. He's just not sure whether that means he'll be able to compete for an entire season.
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