Yep, Favregeddon 2.0 has officially started, for those out there that are still actually worrying about this kind of thing.
Per ESPN.com's Kevin Seifert and Pro Football Talk, Brett Favre will be a guest on Jay Leno's new/old/new/old/whatever show on 4 March, presumably to talk about the Academy Awards or some such nonsense. I really doubt that Favre's official answer will be revealed on that night's show, but hey. . .it gives ESPN something to speculate about for the next week or so.
I'm not sure if I'll get an opportunity to watch it or not. . .when you need to wake up at 0400 or so to get to work on time, watching stuff at 2230 is a bit of a tall order. That and the fact that I, personally, don't think that Jay Leno has been funny since he was Johnny Carson's guest host. . .and even that might be stretching the definition of the word "funny." From my limited late-night viewing experience over the past few years, there is but one star on late-night television these days. And his name. . .is Craig Ferguson. Now THAT guy is funny. . .has been ever since he was playing the role of Mr. Wick on The Drew Carey Show (one of my all-time favorite shows).
But for those of you that need to get your Favre fix, you now have your first opportunity. But remember. . .he's coming back. He's totally coming back. Nothing else to see here, really.