Brett Favre: In The Clear With His Shoulder and With Jenn Sterger?
Brett Favre could be absolved by the NFL in regards to his behavior towards former Jets employee Jenn Sterger, according to Sports Illustrated's Peter King.
"I hear commissioner Roger Goodell wants to have the case adjudicated internally before the end of the season, so any discipline the league wants to impose could be doled out before the likely end of Favre's career," King wrote in his column yesterday.
It would seem, Favre's consecutive games streak is no longer in jeopardy via a suspension. But the status of his shoulder could keep him out of this week's game against the New York Giants. In the first quarter of Sunday's win against Buffalo, a blindside hit knocked Favre out of the game and backup Tarvaris Jackson played in his place.
For more on the Minnesota Vikings, see Snap the Streak: Is Jackson the Answer for Vikings?
Yesterday, interim head coach Leslie Frazier told reporters that if Favre is healthy enough to throw, he will start. A decision on the availability of the 41-year-old will likely not come until later this week, if not gameday.
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