Brett Favre played in the NFL and was on the receiving end of plenty of big hits during that time. Now three years into retirement, the future Hall of Famer says that if he had a son he'd be hesitant to let him play football.

“It's a violent sport, and for two reasons I don't know if I'd let him play,” Favre told Mississippi's WDAM (via PFT). “The pressures to, you know, live up to what your dad had done, but most importantly the damage that is done by playing. I don't know if I would let him play.”

If the message sounds familiar, it should; Favre said as much in November, telling the Today Show's Matt Lauer that, "I would be real leery of him playing," adding: "In some respects, I'm almost glad I don't have a son because of the pressures he would face.