Brett Favre practices with Vikings but status for Sunday remains uncertain
The matter isn't likely to be settled until game time Sunday, but Brett Favre was on the practice field today with the Minnesota Vikings.
With his ankle taped, he took the field and threw some warmup passes. His presence does not, however, mean that he'll make his 292nd consecutive start Sunday when Minnesota plays the New England Patriots. Vikings Coach Brad Childress has indicated that he won't announce whether Favre or Tarvaris Jackson will start until Sunday. Favre, who has fracture in his foot and ankle, did not practice Wednesday or Thursday.
After practice, Childress, as expected, offered no clarity. He was asked if he wants Favre to start and, according to Judd Zulgad of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, replied: "If he gives us the best chance to win, yeah."
The Vikings list Favre as questionable.
| October 29, 2010; 1:42 PM ET
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