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By PFW staff

The NFL's investigation into allegations against Brett Favre has taken a made-for-TV type twist.

The league is reportedly conducting high-tech forensic work to trace transmissions of photos or messages sent between Favre and former Jets employee Jenn Sterger. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Sterger met with the NFL earlier this month and provided cell-phone records, a cell phone and a SIM data card.

Favre allegedly sent inappropriate text messages and photos to Sterger when he was a member of the Jets. Favre has admitted sending text messages but denies sending photos.


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