Gray-bearded back-and-forth enthusiast Brett Favre chatted with Jay Leno on Leno's late-night show Thursday night and you wouldn't believe what he said about his football future.
OK, you probably will.
"It's only been a month and I know now that I'm not going to say anything anytime soon," Favre said when quizzed about his status. "I'm just going to sit back, relax and enjoy the off-season."
Leno then jokingly gave Favre a gold watch for his "retirement" -- something the host admitted NBC had given him previously.
"I haven't made a decision yet," Favre replied. "But, I'll take the watch."
Favre also said that he thought his biggest accomplishment in a stellar 2009 season was winning over a majority of the Minnesota Vikings fan base. No small feat when you consider all the years of bad blood between Favre and the purple-and-gold faithful.
Leno re-visited Favre's iconic "Pants on the Ground" celebration after Minnesota's playoff win over Dallas. That never gets old, right?