Viking fans remember Brett Favre well - whether he waspicking apart the purple or bringing the team to the brink of a championship.
Now: a new concern forNumber Four.
Favre telling a Washington radio station he's experiencingmemory loss that's more than just misplacing his glasses. On the air, he said, "I don't remembermy daughter playing soccer. Playingyouth soccer one summer. I don'tremember that. So that's a little bitscary for me. For the first time in 44years, that's put a little fear in me."
Favre said the fear is that he has been affected byconcussions during his long career.
It's not a new problem facing pro football veterans.
In august, the NFL agreed to pay $765 million to settlelawsuits from more than four thousand former players.
Favre says he knows his career has taken a toll on his body. Favre says now, he's trying to enjoy hisretirement with his family.