At a time when we’re expecting to see a full-fledged Favre-backed media assault on FOX’s Jay Glazer, who reported on Sunday that the former Packers quarterback spent 60-to-90 minutes helping Lions coaches prepare for their Week Two game against Green Bay, Jason Wilde of the Wisconsin State Journal confirms Glazer’s report, citing two unnamed sources. One source told Wilde that the report is “absolutely” true. Favre predictably has denied Glazer’s report. What else could Favre say? If it’s true, his legacy in Green Bay would be destroyed. Our guess, then, is that Favre could try to persuade some of his friends in the media to, directly or indirectly, attack Glazer in an effort to undermine the credibility of his report. But Glazer has the street smarts to realize this could happen, and he undoubtedly factored that into his decision regarding whether he trusted his source (or sources) on this one. Still, if Favre is going to quarterback an effort against Glazer, Favre needs to broaden the assault to include Wilde. Within the next few days, there might even be more reporters who need to be added to the list.