NFL Week 10 Picks & NFL Point Spreads 2010: The former New York Jets employee, Jenn Sterger, reportedly met with NFL investigators on Thursday to discuss the current allegations against Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. According to her lawyer, Joseph Conway, Sterger was compliant with the NFL and provided any information that they required of her.
According to the allegations, Favre sent Conway’s client various inviting text messages, including some with lewd pictures of him self during 2008. As of recent, the Vikings quarterback confirmed to the NFL Security that he did write text messages to Sterger but denied the pictures.
The former Jets employee met with the NFL in New York at an undisclosed Manhattan location. How will all this affect a sports betting odds favorite (3-5) Minnesota Vikings [-1] team looking to turn their season around as they step on the field with NFC North Division rivals, (5-3) Chicago Bears [+1] in this NFL Week 10 Picks & NFL Point Spreads 2010 at Soldier Field.
"I’m not going to comment as to anything that was said in the meeting…the meeting lasted several hours, and Mrs. Sterger fully cooperated," Conway said. "She provided whatever information was available and we await the outcome of the NFL’s investigation."
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One source said that Sterger was in the meeting for almost 3 ½ hours, and provided the officials with records and materials related to her cell phone.
"She still has legal measures available to her," Conway said. The NFL, including league spokesman Greg Aiello, has not commented on the matter. But if the investigation does prove that Favre broke the personal-conduct policy, the veteran quarterback may see fines and or a suspension.