Jenn Sterger Won't Sue if Brett Favre Is Punished
Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, appeared on the Dan Patrick Show Thursday morning to speak about the investigation, which is now finished and awaiting a decision from Roger Goodell.
"If the commissioner suspends Favre and puts a program in place to prevent it from happening again ... 100 percent, Jenn would not pursue any litigation against Favre, against the Jets, against the NFL. Nothing. All she wants to do is clear her name. This is not about money," Reese said.
Reese has previously said Sterger would go public with any evidence, which is supposedly more than the photos and messages that Deadspin reported earlier this year, if Favre weren't disciplined to her liking. The NFL hasn't put a timetable on a decision, but reports have said it's likely Favre avoids any discipline.
Reese also said on the radio show that he talked to Bus Cook, Favre's agent, before Deadspin published the story. According to Reese, Cook asked what amount of money would stop the story from breaking. Reese told him that was impossible. Reese also claims that the evidence shows the photos and messages are clearly Favre.