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Money Might Solve Everything

Roger Goodell offered up no real updates to the ongoing Brett Favre investigation centering around former Jets sideline reporter, Jenn Sterger.

“We’re just looking for facts now,” Goodell said at the NFL owners meeting. “I am going to deal with it as we get the facts.”

He said that he has no immediate plans to meet with Favre.  No plans for a meeting will come about unless a meeting “would help us get to a conclusion and it is warranted.”

That meeting may never be needed, especially after Jenn Sterger’s manager made a public statement that could very easily be described as a “money grab.”

“This is something that allegedly happened two years ago.  We don’t want a quick resolution, but the proper resolution,” said agent Phil Reese.

Sterger has no reason to want to harm Favre or his reputation, but she may be able to capitalize off of his “carelessness.”  If Favre pays her to keep quiet, then it gets much harder for Goodell’s investigation to turn up any solid proof, and Favre gets to walk away from this with minimal, but still significant, damage to his reputation, wallet, and possibly his marriage.

The wild card in that plan, however, is the two massage therapists that reportedly were on the wrong end of some sexting from Favre, as well.

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One Response to “Money Might Solve Everything”

  1. Zag says:

    Pay her off! He was probably going to leave a few hundred on the nightstand anyways…

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