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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014

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The Silver Fox (on the right, of course.)
The Silver Fox (on the right, of course.) (Photo: Twitter via Kevin@CLEsportsFan10)

An open letter to Brett Favre

Hey No. 4.

I’m picking up what you're puttin’ down.

And probably pushing, pulling and plyo-ing.

Brett Favre, I’ve got one word for your spring 2014 look – dayuuuuuuuuuum.

You’ve combined the very on-trend "unkempt, rugged, mountain man" look with a completely jacked ‘bod to prove saxxxy really begins after retirement.

Your facial hair is beyond legitimate, challenging any reality star’s ducky mojo. Your strands unkempt and untouched by "Just for Men," have rallied and won for the title of "Silver Fox." I imagine that hairstyle is the product of a clean buzz grown out with nary a trim – brilliantly stating "DGAF."

The outfit is right in line with this. The simple, monochromatic T-shirt and jeans looks as if it was fetched out of the hamper and hastily thrown on after realizing that you needed something to holster your phone. 

But, it’s that physique that has my jaw dropping. Clearly, you’ve been working on your fitness, bro. You look ready to throw redwood tree trunks across the football field. 

I do hope you’ll divulge the training plan and nutritional fuel that has generated this transformation. And I hope even more that some sort of professional athletic endeavor has motivated it. (Or at least a Men’s Fitness Magazine cover to show off all that hard work!)

Until then, I’ll be dreaming of tree trunks sailing over the frozen tundra.

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