Vikings Owner/Chairman Zygi Wilf is in Orland at the annual NFL Owners’ Meetings, which is why you’ve likely heard sound bites or quotes from him on several league issues – including the proposed change to the structure of overtime.
Another issue that Wilf has commented on, however, is his starting QB – Brett Favre – and whether or not #4 will return for his 2nd season with the club in 2010.
Both Head Coach Brad Childress and VP of Player Personnel Rick Spielman have indicated this offseason that they are willing to be patient with Favre and give him the time he needs to make a decision on his return. Wilf is on the same page and echoed those sentiments to Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune.
“I really don’t know at this time but like I said before I’d love to have him back and [we'll] just give him the time necessary to make that decision,” Wilf told Zulgad.
While speaking with Zulgad, Wilf also said that he hasn’t spoken with Favre this offseason but that at some point down the road he might just reach out to the future Hall of Famer.
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