Future hall of famer and NFL legend Brett Favre has joined Twitter.
“Father, Husband, Retired NFL quarterback,” reads his account’s description.
Favre officially retired in 2010, after a two-year stint with the Minnesota Vikings. Over the course of his career he was selected to 11 Pro Bowls, named the league’s Most Valuable Player three times, named the NFC Player of the Year five times, and won one Super Bowl Championship.
Favre holds the NFL records for most career passing touchdowns, passing yards, and regular seasons wins by a starting quarterback