BRETT FAVRE: MY PAIN PILL NIGHTMARE!
Globe|April 19, 2021
NFL legend turned suicidal when he quit cold turkey

GREEN Bay Packers great Brett Favre admits he was hooked on pain pills in the ’90s and says being blindsided by drugs left him considering suicide!

The former quarterback, 51, claims an on-the-field shoulder injury in 1994 kicked off his pill-popping ways as he was given several Vicodin after the game — and later sought out more from unwitting teammates.

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