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Minnnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre during a news conference after NFL football training camp, in Eden Prairie, Minn., on Aug. 18, 2010. The Vikings and Favre have endured plenty of drama already this season with the scandal surrounding Favre and the questions about his health and his performance on the field. (AP Photo/Jim Mone, File)

Favre confirms his plans to retire at end of the season

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Favre confirms his plans to retire at end of the season
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In August, Brett Favre said this would be his final season.

In an interview to be broadcast on NFL Network on Sunday, he says he hasn't changed his mind.

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The NFL Network played part of the interview during halftime of Thursday night's game between Baltimore and Atlanta.

The interview excerpt ended with Steve Mariucci asking the question, but Favre not answering it. ESPN is reporting that Favre said he won't return.

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