Lots of football players, former football players and fans sent out congratulatory tweets to Peyton Manning after the Denver Broncos quarterback broke Brett Favre's career record for touchdown passes Sunday night.

But few of these messages were retweeted more than one humorous note written by Jenn Sterger, the woman to whom Favre was accused of sending pictures of his genitalia.


Sterger was a "Gameday Host" for the New York Jets during Favre's brief stint with the team in 2008. While Favre admitted to sending Sterger suggestive voice mails, he never admitted to the photos. He was fined $50,000 for refusing to participate in the NFL's investigation of the incident.

The tweet from Sterger, who describes herself as a "comedian/actress/writer" and a "eucatastrophe in the works" in her Twitter bio, of course, suggests again that he did send her photos.

In addition to thousands of retweets and favorites, the tweet generated a few hilarious memes that Sterger apparently enjoyed:



Since the messages exchanged between Favre and Sterger were made public in 2010, she has left sports broadcasting and begun a new career in Los Angeles. She's spoken publicly about removing her breast implants, which she's called her "superhero costume," and pursuing a career as an actress. While she's left the broadcasting sphere, she still sends out lots of sports-related tweets to her more than 40,000 followers:


Favre himself did congratulate Peyton with a much tamer message:


Sterger wasn't the only one to make noise while saluting Manning. Former Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes' backhanded compliment to the Broncos' quarterback earned the ire of many tweeters:




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