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first_img When do you tell the future Hall of Famer it’s about time to speed up retirement plans and let the winless team see if Aaron Rogers has some game? “As long as I’m going to play, I’m going to give everyone their money’s worth, I can promise you,” Favre says. PAUL DePODESTA HOT … LUKE WARM … COLD FISHMICHELLE WIE Yup, our little girl is all grows up. The Million Dollar Baby who can’t even flash a driver’s license yet has deals from Nike and Sony and is on the cover of Fortune magazine before her 16th birthday. We’re most proud of her $500,000 to hurricane relief. BRETT FAVRE Who to pick up: Michael Pittman proved last week that he can still play when given the opportunity. With Carnell Williams banged up with a hamstring injury and questionable to play this week, opportunity might keep coming for Pittman. – Matthew Kredell Note: For expanded fantasy insights, visit http://www.dailynews.com/fantasyfootball. FROM THE LIP “You pretty much have to be a goat to walk this course.” – LPGA star Annika Sorenstam, after surviving last week’s slow-play delayed Office Depot Championship on the multi-tiered fairway Trump National Golf Club carved out of the cliffs in Rancho Palos Verdes. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 The Power Point presentation he emailed to Jim Tracy was perfectly clear: The manager had to go because the pie chart said so. The kid better make sure that virus protector is turned up a few notches from the responses he’ll get from other computer-savvy Dodgers fans. FANTASY ISLANDJUREVICIUS HAS RAMS ON RADAR A look at this weekend’s best fantasy football moves: Who to start: With Darrell Jackson and Bobby Engram injured and doubtful to play, Joe Jurevicius could be the No. 1 WR for Seattle this week against a St. Louis pass defense that ranks 27th in the NFL. Who to sit: Jimmy Smith has four touchdowns in four games this season, but he’ll have a difficult time against Cincinnati and shut-down corner Deltha O’Neal. Sit him only if you have a good secondary option. last_img read more