In an interview with WDAM-TV of Laurel, Mississippi on Thursday, former Vikings QB Brett Favre said he was "starting a new career" and expressed an interest in coaching or television work at some point, but he expressed no clear-cut plans for his future.
"I don't know," Favre said in a interview clip on the WDAM-TV website. "I really don't know. Could be coaching, could be TV. Both of those are probably unlikely, at least anytime soon. I don't see myself becoming a full-time coach any time soon at any level."
Favre also indicated to WDAM-TV that he intended to stay retired.
"I played 20 years. There's nothing left for me to do," he said.
Favre did tell WDAM-TV that there were certain things he would miss about football. While saying that while he never much liked two-a-day practices, he noted, "I'm sure there will come a point where I miss that. I'll always miss the guys in the lockerroom. Winning and losing together and those type of things, there's no substitute for that."
In the interview, Favre said he has done some traveling and enjoyed being home.