Jenn Sterger Fails to File Brett Favre Sexual Harassment Suit by Tuesday’s Deadline

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Jenn Sterger Fails to File Brett Favre Sexual Harassment Suit by Tuesday's Deadline Vikings quarterback Brett Favre is off the hook for his 2008 text message shenanigans.

Yeah, right.

The deadline for former Jets employee Jenn Sterger and her lawyer, Joseph Conway, to file a sexual harassment lawsuit was on Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010, reports Pro Football Talk. It was two years ago on Tuesday that Favre allegedly sent his last text message to Sterger.

The statute of limitations for workplace sexual harassment claims is two years, according to New Jersey law. Conway believes the two-year period to file the claim is in June of 2011, two years from the last time Favre called Sterger.

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Jenn Sterger Fails to File Brett Favre Sexual Harassment Suit by Tuesday's Deadline

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“The situation around me is very stable. The athletic director was a kid that I recruited as a walk-on, the coaches have been with me … the [school] president has been with us now maybe 14, 15 years. We have a lot of fun together. I don’t see any reason to get out. … I feel great.”
–Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, talking about his future with the Nittany Lions

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Some Patriots fans take nicknames to a whole new level.

“I CAN NOT BELIEVE NO ONE PUT THIS ONE UP , ME AND MY FAIMLY AND FRIENDS ALL GO WITH “THE POLISH HAMMER “(I did see the polish beast but just not the same). When he gets a first down you throw down the hammer as you do the “good for another patriots FIRST DOWN” then the touchdown you just give you your buddy a top fist pound with the hammer and he gets you back with a top fist pound This is no DEBATE HIS NICK NAME IS NOW OFFICIALLY “THE POLISH HAMMER” blog over
–Tony

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