Brett Favre really needs to retire ... this particular pattern.
Already accused of sending lustful texts to sultry reporter Jenn Sterger during his tenure with the N.Y. Jets, the NFL great is now accused of the same by another.
A married massage therapist, who does not want to be identified by name, tells the New York Post that she caught Favre’s eye while working with the Jets in '08.
She had been kneading one of the quarterback’s teammates when Favre, being rubbed down by one of her colleagues, shot her a glance. That kind of glance.
“He was looking at me like I was a hanging slab of meat,” she said.
The woman says she confessed to her husband immediately about the unwanted flurry of attention, but Favre allegedly contacted her the next day as well.
But steamy phone calls followed, as did “e-mails and texts from Favre saying, ‘Why don’t you and your friend come over ... I have all these bad intentions.”
If that's true ... what a loser Brett Favre is.“I called Favre back myself,” the husband said. “I was looking for an apology. I feel like this guy tried to screw my [expletive] family, [expletive] scumbag.”
A Jets source confirmed the women were among 17 people hired to massage Jets players over two days of their 2008 training camp at Hofstra University.
Their names were passed along to the NFL.
The revelations come as the Minnesota Vikings signal caller is undergoing a league probe into claims that Jenn Sterger received pics of Brett Favre naked.
Sterger, a Playboy and Maxim pin-up girl who now works as co-host of the cable sports show The Daily Line, gave the gray-haired hurler the cold shoulder.
Favre risks NFL discipline for personal-conduct violations if the probe finds that he crossed boundaries with Sterger, but has not been charged with a crime.
It is also worth noting that Sterger has not accused Favre of this publicly, and that the lewd pics and texts were leaked courtesy of a mystery third party.