Brett Favre certainly seems to be enjoying his post-NFL life.
The 45-year-old former quarterback spends most of his time around Hattiesburg hanging out with old friends or watching his daughter's high school volleyball team. He said Saturday that the relatively quiet existence allows him to "be as normal as I can possibly be."
But one of the league's most accomplished players has had trouble keeping a low profile this summer.
The three-time Most Valuable Player was in Jackson for his induction to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. The ceremony comes just two weeks after he was honored with a spot in the Green Bay Packers' Hall of Fame and had his No. 4 retired.
Up next? A possible spot in Canton in 2016.