The NFL issued a statement late this afternoon that it's continuing to review allegations that Vikings quarterback Brett Favre sent inappropriate text messages and photos to former Jets employee Jenn Sterger in 2008 when he played for the team.
"The review is ongoing, but at this point we have not reached any conclusions," the statement read. "We will continue to pursue opportunities to speak with individuals that potentially have information."
That appears to be a reference to Sterger, who according to her lawyer has yet to decide if she will cooperate with the investigation. Favre was interviewed by the league on Tuesday at Winter Park.
"We have had additional conversations with the NFL," said Joseph Conway, who is representing Sterger. "There has been no resolution and I don't expect any decision today. Maybe over the weekend." Conway would not give specifics but he did not deny a report by TMZ that he has the messages sent to his client in his possession. "I'm not going to confirm what we have but whatever Ms. Sterger has is in our possession," he said.
The NFL also reiterated that this is a workplace conduct issue, adding that matter is being addressed "as a league- wide initiative." The league is developing a "workplace conduct training progream for all teams that will be rolled out as soon as possible but no later than the end of the season.”