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Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Posted on: November 11, 2010 5:01 pm
Edited on: November 11, 2010 6:00 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

You might have forgotten about Jenn Sterger (thanks, Randy Moss!), but the NFL didn't -- and after CBS Sports' Charlie Casserly reported less than two weeks ago that she'd agree to meet with the NFL, she did, sitting down with NFL security maven Milt Ahlerich and another NFL investigator at an "undisclosed location" on Thursday.

Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, confirmed the meeting to the New York Post Thursday afternoon and indicated that Team Sterger (Reese, attorney Joseph Conway, and Sterger herself) brought along "substantial materials" with them."We can confirm that a meeting took place with the NFL today and we cooperated fully by providing them with substantial materials in our possession," Reese told The Post after the sitdown.

"We now await the NFL's decision."

It at least seems like Favre declined to settle with Sterger -- after all, Team Sterger made it clear that if some sort of financial settlement was reached, she wouldn't talk with the NFL -- and that her team full of advisors decided meeting with the NFL equated to the most logical decision for her to take.

Favre has admitted to leaving her the voicemails from Deadspin, but claimed that the did not send any lewd photos to Sterger via text message.

Considering that it would probably take a telephone bill in order to actually prove that Sterger did receive those -- after all, anyone can save a photo on their phone these days, and the alleged pictures are out there -- it'll be interesting to see what comprises "substantial materials" and what logic Team Sterger has for being completely open with the NFL at this point.

Update (5:57): Jason LaCanfora of NFL Network reports that a source informs him Sterger "did turn over cell phone records and other evidence related to her phone." LaCanfora also notes that the meeting "was very thorough and lasted roughly 3.5 hours."

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: January 30, 2012 10:59 am
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

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Since: Dec 2, 2011
Posted on: December 13, 2011 1:48 pm
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'




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Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

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Since: Dec 11, 2009
Posted on: November 14, 2010 11:25 pm
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Just shows was a great pair of ... and a cute body can get you- an old man hitting on you.. and having to turn them down.  Favre is now the creepy old guy at the bar who thinks he is a 10, but is really a 4.  Come on Brett, this little FSU hottie can have any man she wants- why would she want a narcissitic old man wearing Lee jeans and smelling like 'High Karate"...   Should have kept little Brett out of the limelight, or cellphone light...




Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: November 12, 2010 1:06 pm
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Gzus she's smoking hot... it might actually have been worth it for him!



Since: Oct 15, 2010
Posted on: November 12, 2010 12:27 pm
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

You are an idiot




Since: Jun 18, 2008
Posted on: November 12, 2010 11:19 am
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Both were employee's of the New York Jets.  Illegal, as soon as she says it was unwelcomed.  Although Im certain this stuff went on in Green Bay, no one here cared because Favre was a God.  NYC is a different story.  Country boy in a big city sex scandal.  That has media frenzy all over it.  I used to admire Favre with his "aw shucks" simple PR BS.  Now I think he is a insincere, self absorbed, media whore, scumbag.  But thats just my opinion.




Since: Sep 4, 2006
Posted on: November 12, 2010 9:46 am
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Brett wouldn't have sent pics to Sterger if he hadn't already been tappin it.  Just my opinion.




Since: Jan 10, 2010
Posted on: November 12, 2010 9:30 am
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

Brett Brett Brett not very smart but not illegal that I know of.  Of the other hand Ms. Sterger! by all means would sitting around with her friends laughing at the guys wang and at worst calling him a creep.  Who wants to make a big deal out of it when the guy has no money.  If he wasn't persistent in harrassing her then this is a load of crap.  Our society is bullshit right now and lawyers like Gloria Alred (not involved here) will sue anyone for essentially jackshit.    Good idea.  I think they should investigate her texts, emals, and phone call for the past two years to really see what she's up to.  Blackmail, yep.  Must not have worked. Who really knows. If it walks like a duck it probably is a duck. 



Since: Dec 21, 2009
Posted on: November 12, 2010 1:23 am
 

Jenn Sterger meets with NFL, brings 'materials'

That's exactly what I thought from the beginning.  It was her publicist that probably leaked the text messages to get the public and the NFL involved, then tried to extort money from Favre for her silence.  Favre obviously told her to eff off since his wife already knows the truth, so she decides to talk to the NFL so that she can now get money from the Jets for harassment.  When will these athletes learn that all these women are opportunistic gold-diggers?  Buy high class escorts, they're a lot cheaper in the long run.


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