The New York Jets say a lawsuit filed against them and Brett Favre by two massage therapists is “completely without merit,” and the team had not been aware of the accusations.
The Giants win, but still miss the playoffs, but it appears that Tom Coughlin’s job is safe … The Jets win and will face Peyton Manning and the Colts in round 1 … Brett Favre finally retires … all that and more on today’s Boomer and Carton show.
The 41-year-old quarterback sat out Minnesota’s season-ending loss to the Lions on Sunday with a concussion, and it appears that perhaps the toughest man to ever play in the NFL had his career end
Brett Favre’s name has appeared frequently on the NFL’s weekly injury report over 20 seasons of sprains, strains and painful hits. This might be the last time: The Minnesota Vikings declared the 41-year-old doubtful to play at Detroit, due to the lingering effects of a concussion.
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At the end of a long, difficult season, Brett Favre’s status for the finale is in doubt.
Sponsors Wrangler and Snapper are sticking by Brett Favre after the NFL fined him $50,000 for failing to cooperate in an investigation into allegations he sent inappropriate messages and lewd photos to former New York Jets game-day hostess Jenn Sterger.
“Today’s decision is an affront to all females and shows once again that, despite tough talk, the NFL remains the good old boys’ league,” Jenn Sterger’s attorney, Joseph Conway, said about the NFL’s decision to fine Brett Favre.
In reviewing the matter, the sole focus was on whether there was a violation of league policies regarding conduct in the workplace.
Brett Favre has been fined $50,000 by the NFL for a “failure to cooperate” with the investigation into allegations he sent inappropriate messages and lewd photos to former New York Jets game-day hostess Jenn Sterger.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recently stated that there would be a “decision” soon in the Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger case. Well, the decision is in.
Written off by nearly everyone, the Minnesota Vikings wouldn’t let two extra days sitting around a hotel bring them down.
It feels like you can string his passes together and reach the sun. But the sunset hasn’t been so colorful for Brett Favre.
After the Vikings’ battered quarterback walked off the snow-coated field with what he later called a concussion, Jay Cutler and the Bears took back the division title Brett Favre is so used to winning.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he’s still “following up” on some of the information in the Brett Favre investigation to make sure it’s thorough and reaches “the right conclusion.”