Even Brett Favre's agent thinks Favre is a drama queen I know were not suppose to talk about religion, but i will not use God's name in vain. If you want to see what was actually said, go to link below: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...t-favres-agent-thinks-favre-is-a-drama-queen/ Posted by Gregg Rosenthal on July 19, 2010 3:26 PM ET Sometimes at PFT we try (and usually fail) to add value to a given quote by trying to say something funny or informative before it. That's not necessary this time. We present Brett Favre's agent Bus Cook, talking to Men's Journal on the summer day Favre spoke to ESPN about his ankle surgery. "Brett talked to ------- Ed Werder at ESPN, says he needs ankle surgery. Now why did he do that?" Cook asked. "I've got [Brad] Childress calling. I've got reporters calling all damn morning. -------, why does he have to be such a ------- drama queen? Play, don't play, ------, people are getting sick of it. I'm getting sick of it! "Why does he have to talk to these people? What good does it do? Ed Werder at ESPN! What's he ever done for anybody other than say, 'Look, look, Mommy, I got this first, ain't I special?' You got problems with surgery, talk to your wife. Why talk to ------- Ed Werder?" It's somehow heartening that the man perhaps closest to Favre feels just like the rest of us. (Well, except ------- Ed Werder.) Later Favre enters the office and offers a sheepish apology. Cook's response: "----, Brett. You never learn. You guys go talk. I've got ------- phone calls to make," before poking a finger at Favre. "Thanks to you." Never thought I'd say this, but I may have to pick up a copy of this month's Men's Journal.