Quarterback Brett Favre of the Green Bay Packers during the first round playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin on January 9, 2004. The Vikings beat the Packers 31-17 to advance to the second round of the playoffs against the Philadelphia Eagles. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Brett Favre's Hall of Fame locker is blatantly disrespectful


When you think of Brett Favre, you instantly think of the Green Bay Packers. It's the easiest connection to make for non-football aficionados (unless you just know him from Wrangler jeans commercials). Though Favre played for several NFL franchises, he spent the majority of his career in Green Bay, winning Super Bowl XXXI and three MVP awards.

So why does Favre's Hall of Fame locker have him representing two teams?

Maybe it was the milestones he reached while playing for the Vikings (500th touchdown and 70,000th passing yard) and doing so at age 40. Even still, I'm not sure two seasons and a few career markers are enough to induct Minnesota Vikings Brett Favre.