Brett Favre may have already taken his last snap
as a NFL quarterback, but the league is not quite done with him yet.
Commissioner Roger Goodell's investigation into improper behavior by Brett Favre with former New York Jets media personality Jenn Sterger has lead to a $50,000 fine and not a suspension, reports the Associated Press.
The league wanted to make a ruling before the end of the season, but did not want to do it on New Year's, reports Fox Sports
Favre was ultimately punished not for the actual text and phone messages, but instead for not cooperating with the league's investigation, the AP reports.