GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- Cornerback Charles Woodson says that if a media report indicating that Brett Favre shared inside knowledge of the Green Bay Packers' offense with Detroit Lions coaches is true, it's nothing short of sabotage.
Has one of the most beloved players in Packers history become Benedict Brett?
Woodson's sharp comments came after a foxsports.com report yesterday that Favre called the Lions before their Sept. 14 game against the Packers in Detroit and spent more than an hour giving coaches information on nuances of the offense he used to run.
Favre who was traded to the New York Jets after a prolonged, ugly split with the Packers' front office this summer.
He wasn't asked about the report after the Jets' loss at Oakland.
But in a text message to an NBC reporter before the Seahawks-Buccaneers primetime game, Favre strongly denied the report.