Jets lesson in all of this? Don’t employ an amateur

October 12, 2010 | Drew Forrester

I’m just guessing here, but I can’t imagine (C) occurred.  Had she filed some kind of formal complaint with the Jets and/or the NFL when Favre pursued her, not only would the issue have been addressed then – on the spot – but it would have certainly come out over the last 5 days that she was offended and no one did anything about it.

As someone said to me when discussing this situation:  Neither one of these people use the word “no” very often.  Favre, like a lot of athletes, doesn’t take “no” for an answer and Sterger didn’t get where she was by saying ‘no’ to people.

My guess – and that’s what we’re ALL doing here because no one is talking – is this:  Sterger didn’t necessarily participate in the back and forth banter and flirting with Favre, but she didn’t do anything to end it, either.  She might have even thought it was “cool” to have the star quarterback smitten with her.  Clearly, though, she didn’t bring it up to anyone “officially” and didn’t go to any lengths to end Favre’s pursuit.

And that’s because – as the headline states – she was an amateur who didn’t really know what the hell she was doing.

That, actually, isn’t her fault.

That’s the Jets’ fault.

They employed her.

They gave her a job because she was a good looking girl who had gained some national notoriety via college football on TV and her willingness to flaunt her body for whatever it was worth.

Interesting sidenote:  Sterger admitted recently that she had her breast implants removed in 2009 because “they had served their purpose”.

At least she was honest about that.