Voters in four states are heading to the polls for “Junior Super Tuesday,” city workers are scrambling to fix a giant sinkhole in Little Village, and lawyers are picking jurors for the trial of Tony Rezko. But all we can think about is Brett Favre.

The Bears-Packers rivalry aside, we will miss the Green Bay quarterback, who told ESPN that he was retiring after 17 seasons because he was “mentally tired.” That makes today bittersweet and a tad curious—a class act leaves the sport, and now Rex Grossman is…

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We’re ‘Mentally Tired,’ Too, Brett

Voters in four states are heading to the polls for “Junior Super Tuesday,” city workers are scrambling to fix a giant sinkhole in Little Village, and lawyers are picking jurors for the trial of Tony Rezko. But all we can think about is Brett Favre.

The Bears-Packers rivalry aside, we will miss the Green Bay quarterback, who told ESPN that he was retiring after 17 seasons because he was “mentally tired.” That makes today bittersweet and a tad curious—a class act leaves the sport, and now Rex Grossman is…

Voters in four states are heading to the polls for “Junior Super Tuesday,” city workers are scrambling to fix a giant sinkhole in Little Village, and lawyers are picking jurors for the trial of Tony Rezko. But all we can think about is Brett Favre.

The Bears-Packers rivalry aside, we will miss the Green Bay quarterback, who told ESPN that he was retiring after 17 seasons because he was “mentally tired.” That makes today bittersweet and a tad curious—a class act leaves the sport, and now Rex Grossman is considered by some to be the best QB in the NFC North. Oy.

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