According to a source who was at the news conference, Favre said that Millen called him and that during his half-hour drive home from the Jets facility to his home in New Jersey, he talked about the Packers with Millen. He said, however, that he didn't have a game plan with him and that everything he discussed was pretty basic information, most of it based on the games he played against them last year.
Favre said he suspected that Millen might have put him on a speakerphone so that some of his coaches could hear what he had to say. He said Millen had been calling him about going hunting because Millen's home in Pennsylvania is only about an hour away and that he was returning the call.
Favre took offense to the notion that he "sabotaged" the Packers, the term cornerback Charles Woodson used after hearing the FOXSports.com report that Favre had talked with Lions coaches for 60 to 90 minutes about the Packers. He intimated that the idea of sabotage was coming from the Packers front office and the players were just repeating what they had heard.
Make of it what you will.