A no-decision in the Favre case

After Brett Favre was accused of sexually harassing Jets employee Jenn Sterger, the NFL sent a memo on workplace harassment to all 32 teams. But the league still hasn't issued disciplinary decision on the Favre case. That delay of game sends a much stronger signal than any memo can.

Updated: January 25, 2011, 10:28 AM ET
By Jane McManus

The NFL wants teams to know that it is taking the idea of sexual harassment very, very seriously.

In theory. The NFL sent a memo on the matter to all 32 teams recently. However in practice, the NFL has not been issuing suspensions, or fines -- or in the case of Brett Favre, making any actual decisions.

The details in the Favre case, which involves graphic photos and inappropriate voice mails he allegedly sent to former Jets game day host Jenn Sterger while they were both ...

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