After four months of retirement the undoubtably Hall of Fame quarterback for the Green Bay Packers has let it be known that he's just not done yet. This doesn't really come as a surprise to most (unless your name is Aaron Rodgers) since there has been so much suspicious activity in and aroound the league surrounding Brett. For instance #4 gracing the coveted and also cursed "Madden Cover" despite formally retiring from the sport, something that has never been done in Madden history! In terms of reality though the man was constantly barraged by reporters asking "after such a great seaon, arguably one of your best yet, why would you retire now?" I figured the guy would break... The question is, is it in the best interest of the Packers that they pick up the gunslinger for another year at the helm.
Heres an article arguing about how teams that lose Hall of Fame quarterbacks always go down the drain. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/columns/story?columnist=seifert_kevin&id=3472447