MINNEAPOLIS (WKOW) -- Brett Favre didn't give any hints as to his future in the NFL when he sat down with Jay Leno on the "Tonight Show" Thursday.
Leno asked for his thoughts on returning for 2010 and Favre replied "Well Jay, it's only been a month, and I know now that I'm just not going to say anything anytime soon, just going to kind of sit back, relax, enjoy the offseason."
Minnesota's loss at New Orleans left the 40-year-old quarterback battered and shortly after the game he said his decision wouldn't take months. His main concern is whether his body can withstand another season.
When Leno asked if the defeat still upsets him, Favre said it will for a long time but was positive about his season with the purple and gold.
"Obviously had we gone to the Super Bowl that would have been the icing on the cake, but it was way better than even I could have dreamed of," he said. "I've told people I really believe my biggest accomplishment this year was winning over the majority of the Vikings' fans. For so many years I was hated."