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Bet on the NFL In an interview with the NFL Network, Vikings quarterback Brett Favre said he won't be back for another season. Asked in an interview with the NFL Network whether he's coming back, the star quarterback paused, then shook his head as he said simply, "No."

Sports TV personality Jenn Sterger met with NFL officials for three hours Thursday regarding messages and photos allegedly sent to her by quarterback Brett Favre when the two worked for the New York Jets, the New York Post reported.  According to sportsbook, Sterger shared information and material with the league, and apparently she shared more than was originally reported.

The lawyers representing Sterger and Farve accompanied her to the meeting with the NFL's security chief and another investigator.\

So far from reports we can see that Favre has sent  friendly voice mails, texts, less than friendly and very naked pictures to Sterger from the same cellphone number.  While Favre admitted leaving the voice mails he has denied having anything to do with the nude photos.  Sterger seemed to have opened pandora's box, as since she came out with the accusations, it's been reported that the NFL has also been given the names of two female massage therapists, one married, one not, who told the Post they also were approached by Favre while working for the Jets.

Sterger was most recently a cohost on "The Daily Line," which the Versus network canceled as of Nov. 4 due to poor ratings. She believes that these racy football players need to be told what to do, because they are not invincible.


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