COLUMBIA (WACH)- After spending 20 seasons in the NFL, Brett Favre is now enjoying life off the field.
The three-time MVP and Super Bowl XXXII champion made a stop in Columbia on Thursday to help out an old friend in Clyde Wrenn as he spoke at the Township Auditorium on behalf of the Calhoun Traumatic Brain Injury Foundation. There was a silent auction held to benefit the foundation.
Favre answered questions from fans in attendance while also reminiscing about his playing days with the Falcons, Packers, Vikings and Jets.
WACH-Fox sat down for an exclusive interview with "The Gunslinger" where he discussed life on and off the football field, concussions and his playing days with former Gamecock receivers Sidney Rice, Sterling Sharpe and Robert Brooks.