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Jenn Sterger meets with NFL as Brett Favre investigation continues

By Cindy Boren

Jenn Sterger, the former New York Jets employee who reportedly received inappropriate photos from quarterback Brett Favre when both were with the Jets, met Thursday with NFL officials investigating the matter.

"I'm not going to comment as to anything that was said in the meeting," Joseph Conway, Sterger's lawyer said. "... She cooperated with the NFL's investigation by subjecting herself to the interview, answering questions and providing whatever materials she could provide to the NFL."

Conway and Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, met with NFL Vice President of Security Milt Ahlerich, who is leading the investigation. She reportedly turned over records related to her cell phone. Now that she has finally met with the NFL, that would seem to mean that the investigation into whether Favre sent lewd photos (he has admitted to leaving voice messages for Sterger) is close to concluding. Favre met with Ahlerich on Oct. 19.

"I'm never pushed much by timelines," Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the Ravens-Falcons game. "I think what you have to do is be fair, you have to try to get all the facts and make a smart decision. I think what we need to do here is make sure we have all those facts from as many different sources as we can. Our people have been working hard to gather all those facts and I'll get an update [Friday]."

By Cindy Boren  | November 12, 2010; 1:15 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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Why is Brett Favre's behavior in this instance always referred to as inappropriate? Shouldn't it be called "sexual harassment"? He and Sterger were working for the same company at the time, so I think this is an harassment case, not a case of being "inappropriate".

Posted by: Dougmacintyre | November 12, 2010 2:04 PM | Report abuse

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