Brett Favre's return benefits somebody in Wisconsin
Brett Favre's return benefits somebody in Wisconsin.
Ticket sellers report seats for the Nov. 1, game between the Packers and Vikings in Lambeau Field are in great demand.
Ticket prices almost doubled just minutes after the former Packer quarterback was introduced as the new Minnesota QB.
Favre is a 10-time Pro Bowl signal-caller who turns 40 in October and, if he ever quits for good, will make the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
He retired from Green Bay after the 2007 season, but came back to play for the New York Jets.
He retired again this off-season, but had surgery and hopes to reach his former level of performance with the Packers' arch rivals.