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Brett Favre’s Heroin? Football.

Published by on May 7, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Some where in the vicinity of the summer of 1996, Brett Favre became addicted to vicodin. Addicted to such a serious degree, that he was in a rehabilitation center for 46 days. He has since beat his addiction, and has became known as the "Iron Man." 

From here on out is my own speculation.

Somewhere during the 1996 regular season, he realized that the pain he fought through during training camp, practice, and his regular Joe life in Mississippi pruning trees and bushes, went away during games. The adrenaline rush was amazing, intoxicating, and his perfect antidote.

He no longer needed his pain medications as he was in tip-top shape. But he missed all the feelings and sensations that came with pain ki...

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