The beautiful and talented Jenn Sterger is at the center of the latest Brett Favre scandal after reports surfaced that the legendary Minnesota Vikings quarterback had sent her suggestive texts and photographs during her time as a sideline reporter for the New York Jets back in 2008.
Sterger met Thursday with NFL security director, Milt Ahlerich to provide the NFL with details regarding the allegations. Favre faces millions of dollars in loss if he’s found guilty causing his many endorsement deals to pull back. His lucrative contract with Wrangler jeans has already cut back on many of their Favre ads. Read more for further details.
The buxom reporter was discovered in 2005 when, as a FSU cheerleader, she was put on national television at the Florida State-Miami football game. Upon seeing her on the big screen announcer Brent Musburger declared, “1,500 red-blooded Americans just decided to apply to Florida State.”
Sterger, a 26-year-old beauty raised in Florida entered the world of Sports Journalism shortly thereafter, becoming an online columnist for Sports Illustrated, and then the “GameDay Host” for the New York Jets in 2008, where she worked with Favre.
She then brought her hosting abilities more mainstream, with an ABC show entitled Race to March Madness which took her to top universities for basketball where she would interview players, coaches, and fans. As recent as April of this year, she hosted another show for ESPN called The Daily Line which was canceled earlier this month. She has graced the pages of Maxim and other men’s magazines, and not one to stay out of the spotlight for long, she has minor roles in two movies coming out this year entitled The Tenant and Don’t Fade Away.
A stunning girl, it’s likely she must have many admirers. Despite Brett Favre being a married man, and devoted father and grandpa, is it so wrong that he be one of them?
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