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Wednesday, 20 October 2010

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Brett Favre was awarded the game ball after his Minnesota Vikings defeated The Dallas Cowboys 24-21.

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minnesota - Vikings quarterback Brett Favre finally met with a representative of the National Football League in regards to allegations that he acted inappropriate with an employee of the New York Jets organization.

NFL spokesperson Ullysses H. Figgletree stated that Mr. Favre, who wears uniform number 4, has admitted that he did in fact send a text message and photos to Jets Gameday Host employee Jenn Sterger.

Favre pointed out the text message was in no way, shape, or form anything that would even remotely be considered inappropriate or lewd. He added that the message was simply a knock knock joke which he offered up.

Knock knock.
Who's there?
Shelby.
Shelby who?
Shelby coming round the mountain when she comes.

Favre then stated that regarding the supposedly explicit photos, the pictures were merely shots of sperm whales that he personally had taken off the coast of Massachusetts last winter.

NFL Vice-President of Moral Terpitude Horatio "Hey Dude" Barnwicker has stated that he has personally seen the text as well as the photos and that he sees nothing at all that could be taken as being lewd, explicit, or out-of-line.

Barnwicker has told Favre's agent Greyhound "Bus" Cookington that he will ask that Mr. Favre simply write out the words "I'm sorry" 100 times and turn them into the NFL's Office of Discipline and the matter will be closed.

SIDENOTE: Brett Favre has informed his family, friends, coaches, and teammates that he will be blocking the texting feature on his cell phone so that this type of friggin BS does not happen again.

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