The married Minnesota Vikings player hit headlines earlier this month (Oct10) over allegations he texted pictures of his penis to former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger when he was the team's quarterback in 2008.
National Football League officials have been investigating the allegations and if Favre is found to have violated player conduct policies, he could face suspension and fines.
He is said to have met with the NFL's vice president of security, Milt Ahlerich, last Tuesday (19Oct10) and denied sending any X-rated pictures to Sterger, although he allegedly admitted leaving voicemail messages on her cellphone, according to Fox Television's Jay Glazer.
Sterger's manager, Phil Reese, tells the New York Post she is considering co-operating with the NFL investigation.
He says, "She is strongly considering it, leaning toward it. We're currently in the fact-gathering stage..."
Favre has yet to address the saga directly with the media, insisting only that the matter will "take its course", but he spoke to his Vikings pals on Monday morning (11Oct10) in an effort to assure them he would not be distracted.
National Football League officials are aggressively investigating allegations that Favre sent inappropriate messages and photos to former New York Jets employee Jenn Sterger when he was the team's quarterback in 2008.
A collection of the correspondence was posted on website Deadspin.com on Thursday (07Oct10).
Sterger's manager released a statement on Monday to answer questions on whether his client has retained legal counsel. The statement reads, "We're looking at all our options right now and our only concern is what's in Jenn's best interest."
The manager, Phil Reese, insists his client did not provide Deadspin with any information.
Favre has told sports network ESPN, "I hate in any way if this has been a distraction."