Can't Get Kyle Orton, Tony Sparano? Talk About Brett Favre

Brett Favre's retired, right? We all hope so, despite July rumors that the Philadelphia Eagles were interested in him as a backup (and how wild would that have been had those rumors turned true and joined all those trades and signings the Eagles did make?).

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Anyway, Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, who was sick after hearing "We want [Kyle] Orton chants!", offered some vague remarks about Brett Favre possibly quarterbacking the team this season (via the South Florida Sun-Sentinel):

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"I can't rule anything out, OK? he said "SO, I mean, we don't rule anything out. I don't know how you want me to answer that. That'll be all over the news ... We always have our eyes open," Sparano said, "and are always exploring possibilities."

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Now, Favre's agent Gus Bell is adamant that Favre is retired, but one can never be too sure. Still, I think the signing of Kevin O'Connell to a one-year deal pretty much ends any Favre speculation. No? No.

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Chad Henne? Matt Moore? Tom Brandstater? Pat Devlin? Kevin O'Connell? Pray.

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