GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -Brett Favre is sticking to the script, declining to address his public rift with the Green Bay Packers in an appearance at Lambeau Field on Saturday.
Favre called Green Bay ``a special place'' while praising former teammate Frank Winters in a news conference before the Packers' Hall of Fame induction ceremony banquet. After speaking for just over three minutes, Favre walked off the stage and ducked out a side door without taking questions.
Favre retired in early March, but has been having second thoughts. He has asked to be released from his Packers contract, a request the team has no plans to grant.

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