Report: NFL, Favre meet about impropriety

Vikings quarterback talks to a security official about lewd texts and photos he allegedly sent to a team employee


Dave Campbell
October 20, 2010 1:47AM (UTC)

ESPN is reporting that Brett Favre has talked to an NFL security official about text messages and lewd photos he allegedly sent to a New York Jets employee two years ago when he played for the team.

The network said Tuesday that Favre and NFL vice president for security Milt Ahlerich had finished their meeting, citing unidentified sources. Commissioner Roger Goodell said previously the Vikings quarterback would meet this week with a league official about his the messages and graphic photos allegedly sent to Jenn Sterger, now a TV personality with the Versus network.

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NFL spokesman Greg Aiello declined to confirm the meeting took place. Favre's agent Bus Cook did not return messages.

Favre arrived at Viking headquarters in the morning, and reporters across the street saw Cook drive out of the parking lot in Favre's vehicle in the afternoon. Vikings players have Tuesdays off, but many of them show up for treatment or film study.


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