Brett Favre admitted during his meeting with NFL vice president of security Milt Ahlerich to leaving voicemails for Jenn Sterger, according to FoxSports.com's Jay Glazer.
The reported admission came during last Tuesday's meeting at Winter Park between Favre, his agent Bus Cook, Vikings vice president/legal Kevin Warren and Ahlerich.
According to Glazer, Favre denied sending inappropriate photos to Sterger. Glazer also reported that Sterger's manager, Phil Steele, said her silence cannot be bought.
Favre faces a potential suspension or fine if the NFL determines that he violated the league's personal conduct policy.
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Report: Favre admits to sending voicemails
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