Brett Favre isn't walking through that door.
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the St. Louis Rams placed a call to the 44-year-old retired quarterback, in hopes that he would consider making another comeback, but the future Hall of Famer shot them down.
The Rams are in desperate need of a signal caller after starter Sam Bradford sustained a season-ending ACL injury in last Sunday's game. However, Bradford's replacement won't be Favre.
It's not like Favre hasn't decided to come out of retirement multiple times before. His waffling with regard to retirement has become legendary after serving stints with the New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings after retiring as a Green Bay Packer. The Mississippi native last played in an NFL game in 2010 and it appears as though that is the way it's going to remain.
Via Bleacher Report