Former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre is getting back into the game of football. No, his days of dangling himself in front of NFL folks are over. Instead, he is going back to the gridiron as a coach.
Favre will join Oak Grove High School in Mississippi as an assistant coach this fall. His exact capacity with the team is unknown at this time, but local paper says that he will serve as the offensive coordinator. Now, that ought to be quite the educational experience for young minds. He has helped out at the school in the past, in an unofficial role.
Oak Grove is a regular to competitor at the highest level of Mississippi football.
Favre has kept a low profile since retiring after the 2010 season, rarely giving interviews. He has been active at his old college, Southern Mississippi, in the days since hanging up his cleats, even serving some as a television analyst there. He currently lives in Hattiesburg, Miss.