Things in the Brett Favre scandal are finally moving along with the NFL. The league plans on meeting with the Minnesota Vikings quarterback early this week. Favre, who’s being investigated by the football league for violating rules of conduct by sending Jenn Sterger inappropriate texts and photos in 2008, will meet with the organization Tuesday, according to Yahoo! Sports.
It’s been an ongoing topic with the NFL as they want to resolve this scandal quickly and keep the attention on football and not the alleged transgressions of one of its players.
NFL Evaluating the Facts in Scandal Texts and Photos
“The first thing you want to do is find out the facts, and that’s what we’re trying to do,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said. “Once we determine those facts, then we’ll determine what the next step is from there, if any.”
The NFL commissioner verified that someone from the league’s security team will be meeting with Brett Favre in Minnesota on Tuesday. This is something football enthusiasts have been waiting to hear since it was revealed Monday the league was getting involved.
The Brett Favre scandal isn’t likely to go away anytime soon, no matter what comes of it.
Source: Yahoo! Sports