Resolution close for Favre in Sterger episode

Written by Chris Kolb

Topics: Minnesota Vikings

The past month or so has been forgettable for the Vikings, as they’ve struggled immensely on the field to find the magic they had last year in their run to the NFC Championship.

That said, it’s been even worse period of time for their quarterback Brett Favre, as he’s not only had to deal with numerous injuries, but he’s also had the spectre of his past transgressions with former Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger hanging over him, thanks to the public release of various text messages and voicemails he sent during his time in New York.

All of that could be coming to an end very soon though, as Sterger has reportedly met with NFL security officials to discuss her involvement with Favre and any evidence she has that would implicate Favre for behaving in a way that’s detrimental to the league.

With all the pertinant information in hand, the NFL is now free to levy any punishment they feel Favre deserves, or choose to absolve him altogether. Given the amount of time since the incident took place, it’s doubtful that Favre will face a suspension, but anything is possible when commissioner Roger Goodell is involved, and at the very least Favre will be fined for his conduct.

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