Is it all over for Brett Favre? Jenn Sterger finally met with the NFL to answer the tough questions about the sexual harassments voice messages and sext messages Favre allegedly left her. Favre was questioned by the NFL back in October, but Sterger would not cooperate in the investigation, so it was left at a standstill. Sterger and her lawyer Phil Reese met with the NFL’s Secruity Cheif Milt Ahlerich. Reese told the NY Post, “We can confirm that a meeting took place with the NFL today and we cooperated fully by providing them with substantial materials in our possession. We now await the NFL’s decision.”
While Favre admitted to leaving the voicemails he admittedly denied sending naked text messages.
Last night in an interview on the NFL Network, Favre told former NFL coach Steve Mariucci he would not be playing in 2011…. we’ve heard that one before.
At last night’s Country Music Awards Carrie Underwood dissed Brett Favre and Tiger Woods in her opening monologue. Carrie Underwood is a jersey chaser herself and is married to hockey player Mike Fisher. Underwood and fellow host Brad Paisley took the shot at Favre and Woods at the 2:45 mark.
Randy Moss was released by the Minnesota Vikings after being signed less than a month ago. According to Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports, Moss’ behavior was a factor in the decision to place the future Hall of Famer on waivers. Silver reported that Moss threw a temper tantrum about the food that was served to him after the Vikings’ practice on Friday. Tinucci’s Restaurant of St. Paul was serving the Viking players lunch when Moss said, “What the [expletive]? Who ordered this crap? I wouldn’t feed this to my dog!”
Restaurant owner Gus Tinucci said two Vikings employees later apologized for Moss’ remarks and that it wasn’t out of the ordinary for Moss to say that.
Tinucci told USA Today a member of the Vikings’ staff said: “Don’t worry about it, Gus, he’s an (expletive). He’s done this every time we’ve had food.”
One person who did not think it was a laughing matter was quarterback Brett Favre: “If (Brett) Favre would have had a ball, he would have beaned him right in the head,” Tinucci said. “Favre looked at him like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ “
Tinucci does not expect Moss’ remarks to interfere with him being invited back again to cater the Vikings’ practices, as he has already done it on more than one occasion.