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Favre Not Going To Be Suspended

If Brett Favre doesn’t play in week seventeen, it won’t be because of his alleged inappropriate actions with Jenn Sterger.

NFL.com reports that Favre will indeed be punished but only in the form of a fine.  The fine will be no greater than $50,000.

The decision is expected to be announced today.

UPDATE:  Didn’t see this coming.  The NFL announced the $50,000 fine but it was not imposed because the league determined that Favre violated their personal conduct policy.  Instead, the fine has been handed down due to a lack of cooperation on Favre’s part in the investigation.


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3 Responses to “Favre Not Going To Be Suspended”

  1. CalVkg says:

    some dude called him The Teflon Dong, hehe

  2. Ben Dover says:

    Hypocrisy thy name is Roger Goodall. The sooner this clown meets his demise the better off the world will be. I want to know how that slimy lawyer can justify in his twisted mind that Ben Roethlisberger warranted a four game suspension, and Brett Favre warrented no suspension. Don’t get me wrong, I thought the Steelers should have released Roethlisberger and that he indeed deserved to be suspended, but look at their reason for not levying anything more that a fine.

    First, “The forensic analysis could not establish that Favre sent the objectionable photographs to Sterger,” Forensic analysis could not establish that Roethlisberger even engaged in sexual activity with his accuser, yet he was suspended for four games.

    Second, “The league said its sole focus was on whether or not Favre violated workplace-conduct policy, not to “make judgments about the appropriateness of personal relationships.”” If that was the case with Roethlisberger, his accuser wasn’t a co-worker, but the NFL made a judgment about the appropriateness of the personal relationship between Ben Roethlisberger and his accuser. That is the height of hypocrisy.

    Fire his imperial highness Lord Goodall before he ruins the NFL.

  3. CalVkg says:

    STERGER spelled backwards = REGRETS !!!! hahaaaa

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