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EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Brett Favre has a fracture in his left ankle that could end the 41-year-old's NFL-record consecutive games streak.

 Minnesota Vikings coach Brad Childress said Monday an MRI on Favre's ankle revealed the injury after Minnesota's loss at Green Bay. Childress says Favre is wearing a walking boot.

 Childress says Favre's streak will not affect his decision whether to play him Sunday at New England. The coach says they have to do what what's right for the Vikings.  Favre threw three interceptions against his old team, the Packers, and hurt the ankle when he was hit on one the interceptions.
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