Sterger talks with NFL investigators

It’s about time.

Sterger’s sitdown with NFL probers — which came after more than weeks of uncertainty about whether she would agree to that interview — greatly ratchets up the chances that Favre will disciplined by the league for the purported misconduct, which allegedly occurred when he was playing for the Jets in 2008.

And The Post has learned that Sterger and her legal team gave the NFL “a substantial amount” of material and information beyond what was previously reported about Favre’s pursuit of her.

The meeting lasted over three hours, which can’t be good.

Sterger, 26, met for more than three hours with NFL security chief Milt Ahlerich and another league investigator at an undisclosed location in Manhattan. She was accompanied by her lawyer, Joseph Conway, and her manager, Phil Reese.

“We can confirm that a meeting took place with the NFL today and we cooperated fully by providing them with substantial materials in our possession,” Reese told The Post after the sitdown.

“We now await the NFL’s decision.”

Taking this into consideration, one would think a suspension is in Brett’s future.

Asked if she had gone beyond merely confirming what was first reported about Favre’s ham-handed pursuit of Sterger, Reese said “yes,” adding that it was “a substantial amount beyond what had already been reported.” He would not elaborate.

Yes even Brett should at least be suspended a few games.  Unless of course the NFL wants to be seen as having a double-standard.

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