Five Athletes More Selfish Than Brett Favre

Plenty of players have been more selfish than Favre in their careers. Here are a few.

Leon. You could put T.O. here, or Keyshawn Johnson, but why do that when you can combine them in a single fictional character amalgamating the worst of both?

The greatest testimonial to Leon's success in portraying the diva behavior of certain NFL skill players: the commercial still gets quoted by NFL players in press conferences. There's no I in team, people, but there ain't no we, neither.

Michael "Mike" Vick. The total value of Michael Vick 2006 hasn't really been truly calculated, but with a ten year, $130 million-plus commitment from the Atlanta Falcons, a $37 million signing bonus, endorsement loot totaling untold potential sums, and the total PR and...

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