Green Bay, WI (NNCNOW.com) --- Brett Favre again hinted at a possible reconciliation between himself and the Green Bay Packers on Thursday afternoon, admitting during an interview with NFL XM Sirius Radio that he left the team in a bad situation in 2008.
"I left them in limbo," Favre said of his indecision that offseason on whether he wanted to retire or return for a 17th season with the team. Ultimately, he came back to football and was traded to New York before then playing two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.
This comes a week after the Green Bay legend said he was at fault for his now-strained relationship with the organization, that coming in a radio interview with Buffalo's WGR 550 AM.
Favre said in that interview he had been in conversation with Green Bay president Mark Murphy, saying the two had spoken "numerous times" about a potential return to the Packers organization.
Favre played 16 seasons in Green Bay and helped the franchise to a 1997 Super Bowl victory, also winning three NFL MVP awards during his tenure with the Packers.