Brett Favre scandal – Favre’s admission that he sent Jenn Sterger voicemails in 2008 may make the NFL’s investigation easier. Will they come to a decision quicker in whether he violated rules of conduct? It’s a scandal that refuses to die.
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback admitted he sent Sterger, former NY Jets sideline reporter, the heated voicemails in 2008. However, he denies texting her photos of his genitalia. It’s been an ongoing investigation going on two weeks with no solid answers.
Jenn Sterger Has Yet to Talk with NFL Officials
Jenn Sterger has yet to talk to the NFL on the Brett Favre investigation, but her lawyer, Joseph Conway is preparing for the possibility. The NFL hasn’t concluded anything in the scandal, but with the latest admission, will that solve the problem? It depends if they consider the voicemails he admits to sending as being enough to verify he engaged in “inappropriate” behavior as an NFL player.
Will the NFL want more in regards to the entirety of the scandal against Brett Favre or do they have enough to fine or suspend the Minnesota Vikings quarterback? There’s no doubt the latest admission will be a determining factor behind the NFL’s quandary.