The NFL has conducted its interview with Vikings quarterback Brett Favre as it continues to investigate allegations that he sexually harassed Jenn Sterger when both were with the New York Jets.
Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune reports that Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, attended the meeting with Favre. NFL Security V.P. Milt Ahlerich represented the league in the meeting, sources told ESPN’s Ed Werder.
Favre has declined to talk publicly about the allegations, which were first reported by Deadspin. There’s no word yet on what Favre told NFL Security behind closed doors.
For that matter, there’s no word on whether anyone has told the NFL much of anything in this investigation. Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio told Will Brinson of CBSSports.com that he has not been contacted by the NFL. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that Sterger hasn’t cooperated with the NFL’s investigation, and that the league’s investigation could, as a result, hit a dead end this week.
So the NFL may not have much to go on in its investigation, other than whatever Favre said in today’s meeting. And if Cook was doing his job as Favre’s representative, Favre didn’t say anything that could get himself in trouble.