It wasn't new news, but nevertheless sent the sports world atwitter (because, well, BRETT FAVRE!).
Now the former No. 4 is making some suggestions about the ceremony. During a Tuesday interview with FOX News' Greta Van Susteren, Favre suggested the team move the July 18 ceremony from the 1,600-person Lambeau Field atrium to the 80,000-person stadium bowl.
Favre added he was grateful for the Packers organization having him back and believes moving the event would be what's best for fans.
"Maybe they will (be able to change it), I can't answer that," Favre said. "But I think the fans are the fans. I think they should have the option to come if they so choose I couldn't tell you if it would be 10,000 or 60,000 but I think they should have that opportunity."
It's unknown whether the team will contemplate a move to pacify public demand. What this does show is those previous worries Favre might be booed upon a return to Green Bay were unfounded.