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Report: Favre admits leaving voicemails, denies sending photos

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Vikings QB Brett Favre admitted to leaving voicemails but denied sending inappropriate photos to former Jets employee Jenn Sterger in 2008, according to Fox Sports' Jay Glazer.

The NFL's VP of security Milt Ahlerich met with Favre on Tuesday to discuss the allegations that Favre sent inappropriate messages to Sterger when he was a member of the Jets. released photos and voicemails earlier this month.

On Friday, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the investigation is ongoing. Sterger has yet to speak with the league nor has she filed a complaint with the Jets or the NFL.

The way we see it

The league's investigation is looking to see if Favre's conduct falls under the personal conduct policy. ESPN reported the NFL should wrap up their investigation in the next week or 10 days, and their job could be easier if Favre did not send the photos, arguably the most damning evidence against the QB.


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