Brett Favre To The Vikings: Sorry For The DistractionMara Siegler
The Brett Favre scandal has taken over sports news and is overshadowing the Vikings playing. While he hasn’t denied or fessed up to the naughty photo sending allegations, he has apologized to his team mates for the distraction and let them know he is prepared to play “lights out tonight” when Minnesota faces the New York Jets, sources told ESPN.
Could an apology to Jenn Sterger be next?
Doubts, unless he is found guilty. The NFL is investigating the allegations now and could suspend him. Jenn is cooperating and has obtained legal council.
“We’re looking at all our options right now and our only concern is what’s in Jenn’s best interest,” her manager Phil Reese said, adding that she “did not provide Deadspin with any information.”
In addition to his conduct towards Jenn, the NFL will also investigate the allegations brought against him by two massage therapists.
Brett has said he will cooperate as well and has “no problem with talking to the commissioner.”