Brett Favre said he doesn’t know what happened to the jersey he wore when he led the Green Bay Packers to victory in Super Bowl XXXI.
Favre, in an appearance Friday on Fox Business Network, explained what he thinks might have happened to his No. 4 jersey from that day.
Brett Favre doesn’t know what happened to the jersey he wore in Super Bowl XXXI 20 years ago.
“What happens is there’s a massive celebration,” Favre said. “Of course, you go into the locker room, [and] it’s mass confusion. Unless you actually take your jersey off and your pants and stuff and you put them in a bag that is secure, you don’t know because there’s people grabbing stuff. There’s laundry, guys are going in the shower, they’re hugging, there’s champagne, so it could easily get taken.
The Jaguars better go after Eric Berry if he hits the free market. In fact, he should be their top target along with guard Kevin Zeitler. Adding Berry to a secondary that already includes Jalen Ramsey, Aaron Colvin and Tashaun Gipson (and possibly Prince Amukamara) would make the Jaguars’ defense significantly better. The Jaguars have to deal with Andrew Luck and Marcus Mariota twice annually, and to make a run in the playoffs (that’s the plan, anyway) they’d have to go through Ben Roethlisberger and Brady at some point.
Berry is a big-time playmaker, and that’s something the Jaguars lack. Berry had twice as many interceptions last season (four) as Johnathan Cyprien has had in his four-year career (two), and has 14 interceptions, five defensive touchdowns and 51 pass breakups in seven seasons.