Hands full huh Brett?

Sports blog/tabloid website deadspin.com released a series of voice mail messages and naked pictures allegedly sent by quarterback Brett Favre to Jenn Sterger, an employee of the New York Jets when Favre played there. Favre was asked about the allegations by Brian Costello of the New York Times during a press conference ahead of the Vikings game with the New York Jets. Brett’s answer: “I’m not getting into that. I’ve got my hands full with the Jets.” Gross. Anyway according to Ms. Sterger, Favre sent her the aforementioned photos while he was trying to seduce her back in 2009! Because apparently, gentleman, all you have to do to ensure that a woman will fall for you is show send them pictures of your dick! I’m so over this story and you know why…because he’s a grandfather. YUCK! According to Deadspin, the hot young Sterger rebuffed Favre’s advances by saying:

“I just want to make it clear that I never met him, saw him, etc., because I don’t roll that way,” Sterger wrote in a Feb. 15 e-mail to Deadpin editor AJ Daulerio.

This could spell trouble for the married Favre.


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  1. Let me be the first to say that i saw the cock photos and for Brett this is one “pic six” that truly falls short…waay short. Totally grode. Oh and why does he sound like a teenager asking a girl out on the prom in his voicemails?

  2. billschick says:

    i didnt hear the voicemails but saw the pics…and first of all, i am skeptical that they’re really Brett because I wouldnt think he’d be proud to show that off…super small, yo. not GREAT. i felt sad after looking at them…so sad.

  3. He sounded like a nerdy high schooler from hick-ville


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