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PostSubject: Favre says: 'I haven't made a decision yet'   Sat Aug 21, 2010 4:53 pm

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A day after NFL sources said Favre sent messages to Vikings personnel and team officials telling them that he planned to retire, the quarterback denied doing any such thing and told reporters in a brief interview in Hattiesburg, Miss., that he will return for a 20th NFL season if he is healthy.

That is the big issue for Favre, who underwent surgery on his left ankle in late May and still isn't satisfied with how it feels. "I haven't made a decision yet, so that tells you one thing," Favre said.

Favre's agent, Bus Cook, said the quarterback will visit noted surgeon James Andrews next week to have the ankle examined. "He's working out really hard, and everything seems to indicate that if he is healthy and can contribute and play at the level that he has become accustomed to, he will play," Cook said.[url= www.nfljerseychina.com]nfl jerseys[/url]

Favre, who will turn 41 on Oct. 10, did say he has a time frame in mind for making a decision and has talked to the team so it knows when that decision might come. "That is up for discussion," Favre said. "But they know and we know.''

He also denied that his absence is related in any way to getting a raise on the $13 million he is due in 2010. "It has nothing to do with money," Favre said.

However, according to NFL sources, the Vikings appear willing to sweeten the pot for Favre with an offer that could pay him $20 million, including $16 million guaranteed, plus incentives potentially worth $4 million based on postseason success.

Cook said he has not started negotiations with the Vikings, who signed Favre to a two-year contract last Aug. 18.

"It will ultimately be his decision, but it's definitely not about the money," Cook said. "If they want to reward him, nobody's going to walk away from that. But it's not a factor in his decision."

Favre, as is his routine, spent time Wednesday morning at Oak Grove High School in Hattiesburg, throwing just a few passes before helping coach players. Afterward, he said he did not send text messages informing anyone with the Vikings that he was done.
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That was contrary to what Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe said Tuesday when he admitted Favre had "told a couple of guys on the team that he was going to retire." Shiancoe, though, had not talked to Favre himself and Wednesday he declined to comment further on the situation.
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