Embattled easily aroused quarterback Brett Favre apologized to his Minnesota Vikings teammates for the distraction the Jenn Sterger scandal has caused.
According to ESPN, Favre met with the team at their New Jersey hotel, where they are preparing for tonight's game with the Jets, his employer during the scandal.
Brett says that he'll play "lights out tonight." He's accused of texting naked photos to Jenn Sterger, then a reporter for the Jets, during his stint with that club.
Jenn Sterger: The woman at the center of the Brett Favre scandal.
Favre originally wouldn't comment on the allegations, but an NFL investigation was launched anyway. Sterger reportedly will fully cooperate with the investigation.
"We're looking at all our options now and our only concern is what's in Jenn's best interest," Phil Reese, her manager, said when asked if she is retaining counsel.
Reese also reinforced that Sterger didn't supply Deadspin with any of the evidence used in the Favre story, and the site itself admits it got it through a third party.
Favre won't address it publicly but has "no problem with talking to the commissioner" about it. He may face suspension if he really texted photos of his junk.
Little carried away, Brett? Click to enlarge these Jenn Sterger pictures and see why!