The New York Times caught up with one-time Deadspin muse and object of misdirected Brett Favre affection Jenn Sterger yesterday (how's she doing? The profile included the quote, "[W]ith great cleavage comes great responsibility," so, fine) and in doing so noted that her first taste of fame came in a now-familiar…
Brett Favre's (alleged!) penis is back in the news and now it's because he doesn't want it shown off. We told you last week about the two former Jets masseuses who, as part of their ongoing lawsuit against Favre alleging sexual harassment and retaliation, tried to get him to admit that photographs published on this…
Jenn Sterger is sorta-famous for two reasons. First, she got herself on TV at FSU games wearing low-cut outfits. Second, she received photos of a penis that was almost certainly attached to Brett Favre. That's not what one would call a distinguished resume. But it's good enough to land a job at The Daily.
Jenn Sterger's Good Morning America two-day extravaganza has come to a close, with this abbreviated three-minute clip from today's show. There are tears here, at the memory of her mother's coworker asking "what it was like to have Brett Favre's grandbabies," and there's some strained commentary about the NFL…
Your morning roundup for April 12, the day we remembered how Jeff Buckley's death was a more significant event than that guy from Nirvana's to some folks but this won't help that argument.
Jenn Sterger, who's been silent since the whole Favre thing captivated and appalled the nation, recently filed a suit against her "manager," Phil Reese, claiming he plans to use some of the additional raunchy photos, texts, and voicemails to move forward with a book about the "Favre Story" that Sterger no longer…
Sterger filed suit yesterday in Hillsborough County circuit court, in an attempt to prevent Phil Reese from writing a book about the Brett Favre saga, and to recover the mysterious "Sterger Materials."
Reports have Roger Goodell fining, but not suspending Brett Favre for his actions in the Jenn Sterger scandal.
Because no one reads the newspaper, and SportsCenter's anchors are too perky for this early in the morning, Deadspin combs the best of the broadsheets and internets to bring you everything you need to know to start your day.
The NFL has shipped off its report about Brett Favre's penis to Roger Goodell (more later), but, for now, let's look back on how this all began: with the 2008 Jets preview Jenn wrote for us, and which I'd completely forgotten about.
It's been relatively quiet on the sexting front, but there's some movement afoot that suggests the end to this saga is just beyond the phallus-shaped horizon.
Sterger sat down with NFL investigators today and "[provided] them with substantial materials in our possession." Your move now, Cam Newton. Wait, what? [NY Post]
Remember Chris from Austin? The guy(?) who dressed like Jenn Sterger for Halloween and distributed wallet-sized cockshots, thus making him the winner of a costume contest that wasn't really a contest last week?
I'll let Chris explain how Chris "went the extra mile and dominated the Jenn Sterger costume competition."
It's funny because I'm going to picture the chick painted in black throughout the Vikings/Patriots game, and I'll bet you will too.
ESPN quoted Jenn Sterger's attorney Joe Conway as saying, "There is a very strong likelihood that Ms. Sterger will agree to meet with the NFL in their ongoing investigation.
It's funny because of all the divergent interpretations of dong. (NQSFW H/T JovanJ)
Sports Business Journal's John Ourand broke the news about the death of Versus's sports-yap vehicle "The Daily Line", where Jenn Sterger co-hosted. The cancellation of the show in light of the Favre-Sterger fap-flap seems suspicious. But it's not.
The Land Baroness appeared on Good Morning America and Fox and Friends this morning to plug a book she wrote with her pastor, but she had to respond to those allegations we've been hearing so much about. Video inside.