January 4, 2011 by staff
Christina Scavo, Two massage therapists continued Brett Favre yesterday, saying they lost their part-time job with the Jets after complaining of sexually suggestive text messages veteran quarterback. Claiming they were victims of sexual harassment and discrimination in employment, Scavo and Christina Shannon O’Toole are unspecified damages for Favre, the Jets and a coordinator of massage jets. The costume also includes a message allegedly sent Favre to third, unidentified massage therapist. “Kinda lonesome tonight,”he said.” I think I have bad intentions.”Team declined comment. Favre’s agent did not immediately return a message. The lawsuit comes five days after the NFL fined $ 50,000 Favre not being candid in an investigation into allegations that he sent obscene text messages and photos to the former Jets Host Jenn Sterger Thurs when they both worked for the team in 2008.
Day after the NFL regular season ended, Commissioner Roger Goodell has sent an e-mail to approximately 5 million fans, saying that “if both sides give a little,”the league and its players’ union” may and must reach an agreement “” on a new labor contract. Citing the U.S. economy and saying, “a rate of 10 percent unemployment hurts us all,”Goodell wrote yesterday:” Yes, NFL players deserve to be well paid. Unfortunately, the realities economic force everyone to make tough choices and the NFL is no different.” He highlighted two key issues in negotiations between owners and players to replace the collective bargaining agreement, which expires March 4: Expand from a 16 – to 18-game regular season, which Goodell has called “significant un”changement would” resolve complaints from fans sur”pré season by dropping two exhibition games.
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