The evidence collected so far by Deadspin.com is pretty damning and both the Jets and Favre deny any knowledge of the alleged contact.
The contact includes an ALLEGED picture of Brett Favre’s… um… alternate throwing arm, so to speak. No, not posting it here, but we’re sure you can find it…
According to reports, Favre first contacted Sterger, who worked for the Jets on gamedays in some sort of capacity, through Myspace and then had a Jets PR representative slip Sterger Favre’s number.
Farve also contacted the beauty through text messages and even left a voice message on her phone (good move, Tiger.)
Take a look at what’s been collected so far…
And, yes, there’s a possibility that the person communicating with Jenn was not actually Brett Favre, but rather someone trying very hard to appear to be him. But let’s look at the evidence: For an individual to put forth the effort to 1.) acquire a cellphone with a Mississippi area code; 2.) take some voice lessons; and 3.) implicate Jets handlers and perhaps other people, all within a very short period of time and for no discernible reason other than to mess with Sterger, well, that’s some very aggressive role-playing. Via Deadspin
The thing is, as wishy washy as Favre has been in the last few years with his retirement, this sort of conduct wouldn’t seem totally out of line.
He knows that everyone loves him. Everyone follows his every move. He can basically do whatever he wants and he still gets respect.
Since these messages apparently took place while Favre was with the Jets, we can’t exactly ask him why he didn’t take a look at Tiger Woods’ troubles and say, “Yeah, I’m not doing that.”
However, Favre’s wife had a highly publicized bought with cancer a few years ago and I don’t care who you are, if you’re going to cheat on a wife who went through that you’re a jerk.
I’m sure more will come in the next few days or weeks, but so far, everyone is mum, even Sterger, who has yet to come forward publicly to say everything that has been collected is true.