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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — Brett Favre's latest summer of indecision finally appears to be over.
Favre arrived in Minnesota on Tuesday and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him in a Vikings helmet and red quarterback's jersey when the team takes the field for practice on Wednesday.
In a scene nearly identical to his signing with Minnesota a year ago, Favre took a private plane from Mississippi on the Tuesday following the Vikings' first preseason game, was followed by news helicopters from a suburban airport to the team headquarters and was greeted by dozens of fans and media members upon his arrival.
"Helicopters acting like they are following O.J.," tight end Visanthe Shiancoe tweeted. "Where is the bronco."
The big difference? His signing with the Vikings — Green Bay's bitter NFC North rival — was a stunner to most observers who watched Favre torment Minnesota for so long as a member of the Packers.
This time around, virtually everyone expected the quarterback who spends every summer on the verge of retirement to return for a 20th NFL season.
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