The Brett Favre retirement saga continued Wednesday when the veteran quarterback formally announced his return to the NFL for a 20th season. The 40-year-old received plenty of criticism when it was reported that he told teammates he would retire two weeks earlier.
Now that Favre is coming back, more people are taking shots at him.
NFL Network analyst and Hall of Famer Rod Woodson said on "NFL Total Access" that he has lost respect for Favre.
"I've lost respect for Brett in what he's done the last five years, and I've lost some respect to where an organization has to go to win a Super Bowl," Woodson said.
He also said a "a lot of veterans in the National Football League, even though I've been retired for seven years, are really tired of this."
Woodson isn't the only one with an unkind word for the Vikings QB. Famous former safety Rodney Harrison blasted Favre earlier in the month, and Favre's former teammate said the quarterback is "not good at anything" besides football.