The Comeback: Today’s Top Sports Stories & Reactions
Brett Favre's deposition in welfare case delayed two months.
"It is just an honor.”
“The WH called and Trump wants you to come to the WH.”
Ted DiBiase Jr. was charged on multiple counts for his alleged role.
A Monday court filing said Favre has not repaid $5 million in TANF money.
Favre has made a move in the ongoing welfare lawsuit in his home state of Mississippi.
Favre's texts with the former governor of Mississippi don't look good.
The Mississippi Department of Human Services rejected USM's latest offer.
"He's been a sleazeball. He's been shaky. For a very, very, very long time."
"We should meet soon to see how I can make sure we keep your projects on course.”
The entire ordeal has been referred to as “the largest public embezzlement scheme in state history."
"I believe I was fired as a result of a pattern of orders from the Mississippi governor’s office concerning protecting an entity from any responsibility in this matter."
This is being called the "largest public embezzlement scheme in state history."
“I do not understand these people."
"Don’t know if legal or not but we need cut him in."