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Banned from Jets Locker Room: Jenn Sterger, Ines Sainz

The cause of confusion in the Jets locker room; Jenn Sterger looking "so darn pretty"
The cause of confusion in the Jets locker room; Jenn Sterger looking "so darn pretty"
Brad SunnessContributor IOctober 13, 2010

When Jenn Sterger walked into the Jets locker room her hair was recently straightened and her dress looked like it had been pressed by an expert tailor. 

It was recently reported that Sterger looked so pretty that she was actually asked out by the quarterback, Brett Favre, to go on a date to a restaurant and possibly a movie afterwards.  She was so attractive that Favre would then send her text messages and some of his favorite photographs. 

An anonymous Jets lineman explains, “She looked so darn pretty.  She must have brushed her hair nearly 50 times for it to look so straight.  She had nearly perfect elbows.  It was not right.  Something like this should never happen again.” 

Something like this did happen again.  Approximately two years later, Ines Sainz was seen entering the Jets locker room.  Sainz was wearing a very pretty shirt and, what she had previously described as, "just a cute new skirt from Ralph Lauren." 

When Sainz was asked to comment, her story quickly changed.  “I literally just rolled out of bed and went straight to the stadium.  I was not trying to upset anyone with my beautiful looks,” she explained.

Sterger and Sainz were asked to never step foot into the Meadowlands until they understand how to “stop being so darn pretty.”

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