What Minnesota Viking player retired?
Brett favre did. for now at least
I am not sure how this is to be stated. Brett Favre will retire from the NFL not a team. However since his current team is the Minnesota Vikings and if he retired today he would then retire from the NFL as a Minnesota Viking. Now just because he is playing for the Vikings does not mean that everything he did in Green Bay is for nothing. His number, I would think if the NFL…
Former Vikings that are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame are Fran Tarkenton, Paul Krause, Gary Zimmerman, Ron Yary, Carl Eller, and Alan Page. Former General Manager Jim Finks and head coach Bud Grant are also in the Hall. Wide Receivers who is currently retired Chris Carter, and former Viking Randy Moss.
Assuming that 44-year-old punter Jeff Feagles stays retired, that honor should go to Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. The Minnesota Vikings quarterback, who has played 19 seasons and will turn 41 in October, 2010, also happens to be the first known active NFL player to become a grandfather. Favre, however, hasn't announced if he will return for another season.
On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig became the first Major League Baseball player to have his number, 4, retired by his team. Since then, over 120 other people have had their numbers retired. The Yankees were the first team to retire a number. Number 4, Lou Gehrig was the first player to have his number retired