Deadspin says it will publish Brett Favre penis pics

Sterger and Favre
Sterger and Favre

Deadspin may be ready to publish with what it claims to be photo text messages of Brett Favre's penis, sent to New York Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger.

Yes, the infamous Crocs-shot story has returned. We heard rumors about it in August:

A picture on her phone which was so shocking that she just tossed it across the room. It was his dick. Brett Favre's dick. And it happened multiple times. In fact, Sterger claims that, in one of the photos Favre allegedly sent her, he's masturbating -- while wearing a pair of Crocs.
Jenn Sterger in her Jets days.
Jenn Sterger in her Jets days.

The pictures were never published, prompting howls from media critics. But is all that is about to change?

Deadspin says it's ready to show the world what it says Sterger saw on her cell phone: "We have MySpace messages, voicemails, and -- yes -- those photos, all apparently sent by Favre to Sterger."

The Village Voice reports that Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio contacted Sterger to warn her that he would be publishing on Thursday everything a third party had given him.

According to Deadspin, Favre and Sterger linked up with the help of an intermediary. The pair set up a phony MySpace account, traded voicemails and the pictures.

"It was from this number that Sterger later received the two voicemails and the three cock photos that we'll have for you tomorrow," Deadspin editor Daulerio writes. (Sterger hasn't returned his phone calls.)

The potential scandal is perfectly timed as sorts writers are buzzing about Randy Moss returning to the 1-2 Vikings in time for a showdown with the Jets Monday night. And Favre sandwiched a miserable year with the Jets in between his years with the Packers and now the Vikings.

So who is Sterger? She first brought football fans to attention when ABC's Brent Musberger spotted her in the crowd at a 2005 Florida State-Miami football game.

"15,000 red-blooded American men just signed up to go to Florida State next year," he deadpanned as the camera lingered on her. Maxim and Playboy soon came calling. So did TV producers, Sports Illustrated, and the Jets.

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