Brett Favre's agent says the former NFL quarterback will be an assistant coach at a Mississippi high school this fall.
Bus Cook told The Associated Press on Friday that Favre will work at Oak Grove High School this fall "to help out in some capacity, but I'm not sure exactly what his role will be."
The school is near Favre's home in Hattiesburg, Miss.
The Biloxi (Miss.) Sun-Herald reported that Favre is expected to be the offensive coordinator. Oak Grove head coach Nevil Barr told the AP he has talked about a possible role for Favre on the coaching staff, but a job title hasn't been defined.
Around the league
Titans • Tennessee wide receiver Kenny Britt was charged with driving under the influence early Friday as he attempted to pass through a security gate at the Fort Campbell Army installation on the Tennessee-Kentucky state line, military officials said.
Britt was attempting to drive onto the post at Gate 4, which is on the Kentucky side of the installation, and his driving prompted military police to administer a field sobriety test, which showed indicators of intoxication, said Bob Jenkins, a spokesman for the post.
He refused to take a Breathalyzer test and was charged with DUI and implied consent and taken into custody around 3:30 a.m., Jenkins said.
• The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with safety Aaron Francisco.
A six-year NFL veteran, Francisco has played in 75 games with 23 starts.
Cowboys • The Dallas Cowboys have been dropped from a lawsuit over lack of seating for ticketholders at the 2011 Super Bowl in Texas.
U.S. District Judge Barbara Lynn on Thursday removed the team as a defendant. Part of the litigation can continue against the NFL.