Brett Favre's Instagram hacked with return to National Football League post

Brett Favre is nearly certainly not leaving retirement to return to the NFL. The legendary quarterback is now 49 years old and in October, he will be turning 50.

What would be shocking is him actually returning to the National Football League in 2020, when he will be 50 years old and turning 51, making him the oldest player in National Football League history.

"A true champion sticks to his or her calling", the post said.

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This is hard to imagine, especially considering the former Green Bay Packers QB removed the post not long after fans started drooling over the thought that he could make a comeback. "Stay tuned for more news!"

The legendary quarterback blamed a hack for a short-lived Instagram post on his official account that indicated he would be returning to the gridiron in 2020. Maybe he will offer a bit of clarity on the situation but in the meantime, we'll just have to wonder what his exact intentions were. Let's be honest, it's only a matter of time. The post was quickly deleted, and Favre told TMZ Sports that his account was hacked.

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