Brett Favre appears to be aging in dog years, but still looks good [PHOTOS]

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Last week, Brett Favre, now working as a high school offensive coordinator, helped coach Oak Grove High to the team's first-ever Mississippi state championship.

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No, the image at the top of this post isn't one of those age-enhanced deals meant to give you an idea of what the ol' gunslinger will look like when he's 70. It's actually a shot of the now 44-year-old Favre taken during last Friday's championship game.

Compare that with this photo of number 4 taken during one of his last appearances in purple back in December 2010: Favre has certainly aged since he finally retired from the NFL a little less than three years ago, but he still looks pretty good, doesn't he?

He's also still indecisive. The Washington Post reports that Favre isn't sure whether he'll return for another season with Oak Grove. (Wouldn't it be incredible if he was brought onto the Vikings coaching staff in some capacity? Make it happen, Zygi!)

It's comforting to know some things in this topsy-turvy world never change, isn't it?

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Joe T Legends
Joe T Legends

They call me Mad Jack, and if there is anybody in these mountains that knows the real story about James Adams, that'd be me. So I'm putting it down in writing just how it happened in hopes of setting the record straight. Well, my friend Adams was accused of a crime he didn't commit, so he escaped into the mountains, leaving behind the only life that he ever knew. Now that wilderness out there ain't no place for a greenhorn and his chances of survivin' were mighty slim. Weren't no time at all before he was beaten down, ragged and nearly starved. Long about then, he came upon a grizzly bear cub, all alone and helpless. Now Adams knew that little critter couldn't survive without his help; so he started right down that cliff, risking his own life to save it. Now that cub took to Adams right off. And that was when he discovered that he had special kind of way with animals; They'd just come right up to him like he was a natural part of the wilderness. But that bear cub, he was extra special. As he growed, he became the best friend Adams ever had, and together, they became a legend...

Whitney Joan
Whitney Joan

Really? Yeahs that's totally news worthy. A man with a beard . God this shit depresses me

TweetsAreYours
TweetsAreYours

Glad to see Bert Farve hasn't cured his mental illness. #TweetsAreYours

Sarah Shindley
Sarah Shindley

Kind of looks like Dexter. Hopefully Brett's season ends better than Dex's.

Keener Brandon
Keener Brandon

We miss you here in MN. No matter where you are or what you do you'll always be my hero. I played Varsity football as QB and always looked up to you as a role model. God Bless.

Onan
Onan

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