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The Rams at Twenty: June 8th, 2009 (Brett and PacMan)

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Pac Man Jones and Brett Favre were both in today's NFL news for their potential returns in 2009.  Given the question marks they both have (for entirely different reasons), the probability either will play a full 16-game slate is relatively low.
Pac Man Jones and Brett Favre were both in today's NFL news for their potential returns in 2009. Given the question marks they both have (for entirely different reasons), the probability either will play a full 16-game slate is relatively low.

It's been a while since I dropped one of these on everybody, but then again, we've had a pretty quiet summer. Well, this morning was anything but quiet for the NFL's favorite offseason story of the last, what, 5 years?

First, we learned that Brett Favre underwent shoulder surgery last month after avoiding the operation as much as possible. The saga continues, but at this point, it looks like he and the Vikings are going to come to terms so that Brett can enact his revenge against the Green Bay front office. Expect to hear more about this...every week...until the season starts. Ugh.

Meanwhile, everyone's favorite parolee program, the Dallas Cowboys, is feeling a bit reticent about cutting ties with their failed reclamation project in PacMan/Adam Jones. Jerry Jones suggested he is open to bringing him back, although at this point, it's far from being nearly as certain as the Favre-Viking marriage.

With these two in mind, I'll throw this at you guys: who plays more in 2010 and why? Brett is old and coming off a substantial surgery to his throwing arm, while Pacdam/A-man doesn't really have a team lined up.