Yesterday, a report (complete with audio and photos) suggested that NFL legend Brett Favre was calling and texting graphic photos of his junk to Jenn Sterger.
Today, the NFL is investigating the story to determine its legitimacy and whether to take action against the constantly un-retiring Minnesota Vikings shot-caller.
The allegations against Brett Favre, then the New York Jets quarterback, are that he sent racy messages and photographs of his package to a sideline reporter.
Oddly, the Vikings play the Jets this week. Asked Thursday to address the report, Favre said: "I'm not getting into that. I've got my hands full with the Jets."
According to Deadspin, when he was with the Jets last time, he also had his hands full ... with his wang and a cellphone. Sorry, that was low. Yet maybe true.
In fairness to Brett, there's no confirmed connection between the (alleged) Favre texts and pics sent to Jenn Sterger, who hasn't accused him directly, either.
The NFL may conclude, upon reviewing the report and accompanying video, that it's all a hoax perpetrated by the "third party" who obtained the pics. But ...If this is a hoax, let's just say it's an elaborate one. Getting a Mississippi cell, taking voice lessons, and implicating Jets handlers just to eff with Jenn Sterger?
If you listen to the voicemails (below), Sterger certainly believed it to be him, as did others. Deadspin must too, otherwise they'd be risking a huge lawsuit.
You don't defame someone like Brett Favre for kicks. If he comes out and proves this wasn't him, they'd could be in trouble, but we don't see it happening.
Here are the voicemails in question (sorry, no pics) ...