A victory for the players
"In all honesty, I'm pretty indifferent," Favre told ESPN, via ProFootballTalk.com. "But I'd have to say when they were allowed to play, I thought that was the right move, because I don't see enough evidence. I don't think 'some guy said that this went on' is enough evidence. I don't know Jonathan all that well. I think he's a great player. Seems like a great leader. Seems like the guys who have played with him have a lot of respect for him and Scott Fujita. The other guys I really don't know.
"I felt like that's the right thing to do. Otherwise, I think it's just hearsay."
Favre previously had said he didn't care about the bounty situation. In reality, it doesn't matter what Favre thinks about it -- even if he was one of the bounty targets. The only thing of significance is who played what role in the scandal. Favre's opinion is pretty inconsequential.