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Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Posted on: December 22, 2010 8:32 am
 
Posted by Andy Benoit

Jenn Sterger met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell last week to wrap up the league’s two-month investigation into the Brett Favre sexting allegations. Goodell and Sterger met in Manhattan for roughly two hours. According to Pro Football Talk, the meeting became “heated” at times.

Mike Florio of PFT writes, “It’s not surprising that it became heated, given the perception by Sterger’s representatives that no action will be taken against Favre.  Sterger’s manager, Phil Reese, and her lawyer, Joe Conway, believe that Sterger’s name can be cleared only with a finding that Favre in some way violated the league’s Personal Conduct Policy via his interactions with Sterger.”

Goodell also met with Favre after the Vikings’ Monday night game against the Bears.

“You know, I saw him briefly for I would say five or 10 minutes,” Favre said in a press conference afterwards. “It was a very brief conversation, so I wouldn’t think — I wouldn’t call that an investigation or anything.”

The NFL is expected to make a ruling on Favre this week.

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Since: Sep 11, 2006
Posted on: December 22, 2010 7:30 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Sorry



Since: Sep 11, 2006
Posted on: December 22, 2010 7:26 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Yea you should be a sports writer, except no one would read your crap.



Since: Dec 22, 2010
Posted on: December 22, 2010 7:05 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Funny how the media portrays Brett and how people buy into it.
They wont print stories like my previous comment which
will show his true character.



Since: Dec 22, 2010
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:59 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Vikings' Favre wore towel to honor sick Wisconsin boy


Brett Favre's abbreviated comeback against the Chicago Bears on Monday night included a tribute to a terminally ill Wisconsin boy whose distinct penmanship forged a bond with the NFL legend.

The Minnesota Vikings quarterback wore a towel during the game at TCF Bank Stadium with a backwards No. 4 printed on it in honor of Anderson Butzine, a 5-year-old boy Favre and his wife Deanna visited in the hospital last week.

Butzine has a tumor at the base of his brain and writes his 4s backwards. Despite five surgeries and numerous radiation treatments the last four years, the tumor continues to grow, according to his mother, Michelle.

On Friday, the Favres flew to Oconomowoc, Wis., 30 miles outside Milwaukee, and spent about three hours with Butzine and his family.

"Our visit was perfect, and Brett and Deanna Favre are simply amazing," Michelle Butzine said in a statement.

Favre originally had been ruled out of Monday's game because of a shoulder injury, but was activated just before kickoff. After learning her husband would start against the Bears, Deanna Favre sent the towel with the backwards 4 to him in the locker room.

Favre said after the game coach Leslie Frazier excused him from Friday's practice so he and his wife could visit Anderson.

"Great family. Packer fans, and kind of a conflicting household because this young man, Anderson, had become a Vikings fan, as well," Favre said.

"But he, since the brain tumor, had started writing his 4s

backwards. And so right before the game, Deanna sent this towel down with this backwards 4, knowing that I knew what that would be about. That was in honor of him."
Favre completed 5 of 7 passes for 63 yards and a touchdown with an interception before suffering a concussion early in the second quarter when he was slammed to the turf. His status for this week's game at Philadelphia is uncertain, and Favre must pass a baseline neurological examination before doctors can consider clearing him to play.

The Favres' surprise visit the week before Christmas brightened the spirits of the Butzine family, which chronicled the encounter on Anderson's CaringBridge web page.

A 3 1/2-minute video posted on YouTube shows Favre posing for photographs with Anderson, who is wearing Packers pajamas and Vikings socks.

"We're so happy to tell others about our special day and hope that anyone who doesn't know it already will come to know how truly kind and loving Brett and Deanna are," Michelle wrote. "We can't thank them enough. Thanks to each of you for keeping Anderson and our family in your thoughts and prayers."




Since: May 19, 2007
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:49 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

You bring up a good point, why did she wait? Funny how all these women that bring up these scandals have the same MO. They are good looking, pose for provocative pics, seem to love attention and jump at the chance to get their name on the news. Then, they get upset that they are portrayed as hookers and gold diggers. Sorry, this story keeps happening and it is obvious it is the publicity they seek.



Since: Oct 1, 2009
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:47 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Funny how when Its Farve she is a gold digging Whore.... But when it is a drunk girl in Georgia He is GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY  listen folks you can't have it both ways  Actually at best Favre sent some very unflattering pictures of himself..  He didn't rape a drunk girl.  When you have your bodyguards keep her friends away from you then that is rape.  I went out to clubs a lot; the drunk girl's last line of defense is her friends.  I know everyone will say she shouldn't have been drunk; but those are the same people who aren't going to get raped.  This women as well as the other Jet's sexual harassment case dressed like hookers.  They were looking for attention and received it; only to play dumb and try and benefit from it. Do not wear a pair of pants that a triple decker bunk bed is necessary to get into.  They used their beauty to get to the Jet's sideline; why stop there.  And once again; Ben is a rapist!



Since: Dec 18, 2010
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:46 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Funny how when Its Farve she is a gold digging Whore.... But when it is a drunk girl in Georgia He is GUILTY GUILTY GUILTY  listen folks you can't have it both ways



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YOU FORGOT THE NEVADA RAPE CASE IN CIVIL COURT  AGAINST BIG BEN , BUT THE BIG DIFFERENCE IS BOTH OF THOSE GIRLS HAVE BEEN  NOT IN THE LIMELIGHT HAVING PRESS CONFERENCES AND IN THE GEORGIA CASE THE GIRL DIDNT WAIT 2 YEARS TO START COMPLAINING AND RAPING SOMEONE IS QUITE DIFFERENT THAN GETTING SENT PICTURES




Since: May 19, 2007
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:44 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

awesome, I was thinkin the same thing. I always laugh at people who use font to make a point. What was that 70 font? Silly.



Since: Dec 18, 2010
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:41 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

GOODELL SHOULDN'T DO ANYTHING , SHE IS JUST A WHORE LOOKING FOR SOME FAME , OR SHE WOULDN'T BE POSING FOR SOME OF THE PICTURES ON THE WEBB , AND THE SWEAT AND HER LAWYERS DONT HAVE A CASE AND THEY KNOW IT THAT IS WHY THEY ARE TRYING TO SAVE FACE WITH NO LEGAL ACTION . BESIDES JUST BECAUSE SHE RECEIVED A TEXT MESSAGE FROM SOMEONE AND EVEN WITH A PICTURE OF BRETTS DICK ,THEY HAVE TO PROVE HE SENT IT  (  EXAMPLE ,FOR  SOME CASH I WOULD SAY I BORROWED HIS PHONE AND SENT IT TO HER  .... CASE CLOSED  ) THAT MY FRIENDS IS NOT EASY  TO PROVE  , BESIDES WHY DID IT TAKE THE WHORE 2 YEARS TO SAY ANYTHING !!!!!!! 



Since: Nov 20, 2006
Posted on: December 22, 2010 6:04 pm
 

Jenn Sterger's meeting with Goodell 'heated'?

Quit protecting the Golden Boy of the NFL:

He is done, Thank God, Mark Churmera took hit for him back in the Glory day's now there is no one to take the hit......... Mark was a good Friend You should have been gone then Brett (high school girls) Really, Thank your wife for sticking by you.........



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