Winters demonstrated this year by playing in all 17 games that his 16th season was one of his most valuable to the team. Will he reprise his role for a 17th time?

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Surgery behind him, Winters hopes to return

Surgery behind him, Winters hopes to return

While Brett Favre has dominated retirement talk, Packers' "senior statesman" Frank Winters has to be considering when he'll hang up the cleats.<p> Winters demonstrated this year by playing in all 17 games that his 16th season was one of his most valuable to the team. Will he reprise his role for a 17th time?<p>

Winters confirmed Monday, as did Favre, that he has every intention of returning to the team next season. "It all depends on the Packers and what they want to do," Winters said. "We'll just have to see. I want to come...

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