Who is Scott Favre? Her Bio, Net Worth, Single, Brother

A family member Scott Favre who is mainly recognized as the brother of an American football player, Brett Favre. His brother Brett is a former NFL star who mostly played for Green Bay Packers as a quarterback.

Scott Favre entered this earth in Gulfport, Mississippi, the United States of American. He was born to parents Bonita Ann (mother) and Irvin Ernest Favre (father). His parents were the teacher of Hancock Country School District. He is American by his nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.

Further, Scott has two brothers named Jeff Favre and Brett Favre as well as has a sister named Jeff Favre. He grew up along with his three siblings in the small town of Kiln. He has a pair of eyes with blue in color and brown hair color.

His Brother Career

Scott came to the spotlight for being a brother of famous  NFL player Brett Favre who mostly played for the Green Bay Packers as a quarterback. His brother was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the 1991 NFL Draft. He was with them for only one season before being traded off to the Green Bay Packers since 1992.

The team’s starting quarterback, Don Majkowski was injured during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals in 1992. At that time, Favre replaced him. In hatred of a poor start, he went on to make a 42-yard pass to Sterling Sharpe. Also, he threw the winning touchdown pass.

During the 1992 season, he helped the team achieve a six-game winning streak which they ended with 9-7. The 1993 season was also a rich one for Favre and he was named to his second Pro Bowl. Then he had the first 400-yard passing game of his career.

He led the Packers to an 11-5 record in 1995. This was the best team record in thirty years. He also recorded a quarterback rating of 99.5 when he passed for a career-high of 4,413 yards and 38 touchdowns. At that time, he achieved a personal milestone.

Caption: Scott Favre’s Brother (Source: stmedia. stimg)

During the Super Bowl XXXI in 1996, he created 14 of 27 passes for 246 yards and 2 touchdowns. Also, he completed an 81-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Freeman in the second quarter and rushed for 12 yards as well as another touchdown, enabling the team to win the game.

The team continued its positive reviews over the next few years. Then he played in a Monday Night Football game in 2003 against the Oakland Raiders. He passed for four touchdowns and 399 total yards in a 41-7 victory over the Raiders.

His Brother Retirement

In 2007, the Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 33-22. At that time, Favre was the only 3rd quarterback to have defeated all 31 other current NFL teams. The same year he won his team to a 37-26 win over the Lions.

Officially, he announced his retirement in the year 2008. However, he came back from retirement to play for New York Jets and Minnesota Vikings for a short in 201.

Net Worth & Salary of Scott Favre Brother

His brother Brett Favre has an estimated net worth of around $100 million as of 2019. He accumulated his total net worth from his career as an NFL player. Furthermore, his salary is calculated to be around $24 million and makes $7 million from the endorsement.

Personal Life of His Brother

No, Brett Favre is not a married man and seems to be single at the moment. However, his brother is already married to Deanna Tynes since 1996. Likewise, the couple even shared two daughters.

Caption: Scott Favre’s Brother with his family (Source: imgur)

Their daughter’s names are Brittany Favre and Breleigh Favre.


Scott served a year under house arrest. Also, he was arrested for a drunk driving crash that killed his best friend. For this, he had a probation period of two years. After pulling in front of a train in Pass Christian in 1996, he was already cleared of his charges.

In addition, his case was not deemed as extreme as some of the other pardons. But his family finds itself in dispute once again. Also, he was charged $50000 in the year 2011 for failing to cooperate with an investigation concerning him allegedly sexting. Besides, his brother was forgiven by Mississippi Governor Republican Haley Barbour.