Brett Favre Reportedly Apologizes Teammates; Prepared To Play 'Lights Out' Vs. Jets

Vikings QB Brett Favre apologized to his teammates for being a distraction according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

Favre is accused of sending pictures of his penis to former Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger.

Favre told his teammates that he is prepared to play "lights out tonight" against the Jets on Monday Night Football.

He was asked this week about the allegations during an ESPN Monday Night Football production meeting and didn't want to address the situation.

"My main focus is the New York Jets, they are a tough team; as good as they are that has been my focus," Favre told ESPN. "I hate in any way if this has been a distraction as I said Thursday -- we are here focused on trying to beat the Jets."

Favre reportedly didn't deny the allegations.

Check out SB Nation blogs Daily Norseman and Gang Green Nation for more as the game gets closer.

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