Jenn Sterger said that based on her own experience, she doesn't believe a word Goodell says about curbing off-field violence involving NFL stars. Sterger, 30, said Goodell could have stepped up and confronted the problem of players victimizing women when the league investigated Favre's creepy harassment of her in Goodell took heat for initially only giving Rice a two-game suspension. Once the tape surfaced and prompted an outcry, the commissioner suspended Rice indefinitely and the Ravens terminated his contract.
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The NFL said Friday that it would review allegations involving Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, whom the website Deadspin said sent racy messages and photos to a former game hostess while he played for the New York Jets in The league action came one day after the site posted a video that included below-the-waist photos, said to be of Favre. Asked to respond to the Deadspin report Thursday, Favre said: "I'm not getting into that. I've got my hands full with the Jets and am trying to get some timing down with our guys, so that's all I'm going to discuss. Childress said the Vikings haven't been contacted by anyone from the league office regarding the matter. It's not a distraction to us at all," Childress said after practice.
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Since evidence of Jenn Sterger's allegations surfaced last week on an online sports gossip website, a vast majority of people have become captivated with the story of Brett Favre's alleged attempts at getting a young sports reporter's attention. If you want to get caught up or just want to feed your Favre-Sterger addiction, stay right here. There's plenty of Favre talk in this slideshow. She detailed a story of a younger Brett Favre, consumed by his Vicodin and alcohol addiction during his days with the Green Bay Packers. You asked me to move up here to Green Bay, and now you're calling these girls—well, you're on your own now.
Two team massage therapists— yeah, these two —have sued Favre and the Jets for sexual harassment. The women claim he propositioned them via text message for a threesome , and weren't re-hired by the Jets after they complained. And here we go. Good Morning America has the exclusive , and it's pretty much what we expected. Christina Scavo and Shannon O'Toole filed suit in New York State Supreme Court today, claiming that their time working for the Jets in was filled with aggressive approaches by Favre, who treated them like a "hanging slab of meat.