GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -Brett Favre left Lambeau Field just before Green Bay practiced Tuesday afternoon, and coach Mike McCarthy says the three-time MVP isn't in the ``proper mindset'' to be part of the Packers.
McCarthy talked to reporters about the standoff over Favre's retirement after practice.
The coach said he and Favre had ``a ton of conversations'' over the last couple of days about the quarterback's desire to come back and play in the NFL, but McCarthy wasn't convinced that Favre wants to be part of the Packers.
``I have to keep the train moving,'' McCarthy said.
McCarthy said that when he asked Favre whether he was committed to playing for Green Bay, ``that's not where he was.''

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