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Report: Brett Favre admits leaving voicemails for Jenn Sterger

Brett Favre told Milt Ahlerich, the NFL's vice president of security, last week that he left voice mails for Jenn Sterger when both were employed by the New York Jets but did not admit to sending lewd photos, Fox's Jay Glazer reported.

Favre's talk with Ahlerich last Tuesday was part of the NFL's investigation into his alleged actions in 2008. Glazer also reported the investigation could be concluded this week; ESPN's Chris Mortensen later reported that it will end within the next week or 10 days.

Deanna Favre: 'Faith will get me through this'

By Cindy Boren  | October 24, 2010; 2:24 PM ET
Categories:  Brett Favre, NFL  
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So sad. The old man is too embarrassed to claim he own 2 inches. lol I wouldn't claim it either............. Just say it was cold....... Very cold!!!!!..... Very Very Very cold!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!! Freezing is more like it!!!!

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