Brett Favre: Still No Decision As Goodell Lets Issue Follow QB Into Dark Night

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

And so it goes. Roger Goodell, like an archbishop or cardinal shuttling a naughty priest off to the next parish, stalls on any action on the Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger investigation until the statute of limitations runs out tomorrow (the deadline for Sterger to legally file sexual harassment charges against the Jets and Favre), simply staying conspicuously quiet.
With no legal action filed, the league is under no obligation to act quickly or at all, even under the recent public pressure from Sterger’s representatives.
It is clear that Goodell is sweeping this issue under the rug and waiting to release a smartly crafted, general statement that while the league feels that Favre may have acted inappropriately, the NFL could find no clear proof of harassment, in a case in which no contact back from Sterger and without her protesting or filing charges leaves no alternative but to end the investigation with a public disapproval of Favre’s actions, but no fine or suspensio...

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