I don't consider millionaire athletes to be heros.

You may have him mixed up with Mark Chmura, a former tight end with the Packers who was a friend of Favre's. He was acquitted of a sexual assault charge but did pay a ticket for contributing to underage drinking. The case involved a claim of sexual assault by a 17-year-old babysitter of Chmura's who attended a party held by a friend of Chmura's that Mark also attended.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Chmura [url=http://www2.jsonline.com/news/wauk/jun01/chmura05060401a.asp]http://www2.jsonline.com/news/wauk/jun0 ... 60401a.asp[/url] http://www.courttv.com/archive/trials/chmura/index.html

Favre did not attend the party in question according to the public record.

No misconduct of that nature has ever been alleged regarding Favre to my knowledge, certainly not in the public domain.

Oski Wee Wee,

Put him with "Porky" Mcmanus and you get the Flinstones Fred and Barney! Wow a dream tagteam! The next big confusing thing!:wink:

NOPE just mac grads


What are you talking about?

From what I understand through many articles I've read, is that Favre has donated a lot of time and money to various charities in Green Bay as well as Mississippi. He may be a millionaire athlete, but he maybe one in which many would and rightfully so call a hero.

Class acts?

Russ Jackson, Ron Lancaster, Grover Covington, Hitch...the list goes on and on.

Unlike the NFL which has a vast collection of criminals and other malcontents.

unfortunately the only difference between the nfls "criminals" as you put and the cfl's is their bank account. oh and the nfls criminals are more talented. I dont really understand this notion that the nfl is full of criminals and the cfl is immune?

Toronto would sign anybody to make people think they are going to win! :wink: