NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says once the league completes its investigation of allegations Brett Favre sent racy messages and lewd photos to a Jets game hostess in 2008, it will "make a determination" if the Vikings quarterback should be punished.
The league is looking into the matter under its personal conduct policy.
“We are going through that and we are making sure we understand all the facts,” Goodell said at halftime of the Chargers-Raiders game.
Goodell added once the investigation is complete, “we’ll make a determination from there.”
Should Favre be found to have violated the NFL’s conduct policy, he could be fined or suspended.
Deadspin posted a story Thursday which included several voicemails allegedly sent by Favre to Jenn Sterger, who worked for the Jets at the time.
RODGERS SUFFERS CONCUSSION
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers got a concussion late in Green Bay’s 16-13 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins.
Rodgers was not made available to the media after the game. He did not miss any action but was slow to get up off the field after Green Bay’s last offensive play, when he was intercepted by LaRon Landry.
Rodgers was 27 for 46 for 293 yards with one touchdown pass and the one interception.
Also injured Sunday were Rams wideout Mark Clayton (right knee), Raiders quarterback Bruce Gradkowski (shoulder), Lions receiver Calvin Johnson (shoulder) and Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace (right leg). Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones was questioned by police after a traffic incident following a 24-21 loss to Tampa Bay, but was released a short time later without a ticket or charges. Cincinnati police officer K. Hall said Jones drove over the curb “trying to avoid hitting someone or something” in a downtown street. The streets were crowded with fans leaving the Bengals game and others going to the Reds’ evening playoff game.