The manager for the woman at the center of the
"We currently have an ongoing dialogue with the league,'' said
Reese made it clear the decision would be Sterger's.
He also said "there have been no talks'' with representatives of Favre about a settlement in the case, refuting the belief in some circles that Sterger is vying for a deal with the Favre side so she would keep quiet and not talk to the league.
Earlier Wednesday, it was disclosed that Sterger has retained a Long Island-based law firm, LaRusso and Conway, to represent her during the investigation into exactly what happened two years ago when both were employed by the New York Jets. The website Deadspin.com obtained voice mails and graphic photos it claimed were sent to Sterger by Favre. On Tuesday, NFL vice president of security
Since the story surfaced early this month, neither Favre nor Sterger has talked publicly in any specifics about the case.