Jennifer's media career started as a student at Florida State University, when as an undergraduate, a cameraman picked her out of the crowd for a close-up shot.
Within days, she was offered modeling opportunities in major national magazines, including Maxim and Playboy, and was offered a regular column on college sports.
She hosted a weekly segment where she visited a top school's campus and interviewed players, coaches and fans of the respective teams.
In October 2010, reports surfaced on the website Deadspin that NFL quarterback Brett Favre was alleged to have sent Sterger several suggestive text messages, voicemails asking her to come to his hotel room, and explicit photos of himself while he was the quarterback for the New York Jets and she was a sideline reporter for the Jets (these events were said to have happened during the 2008 football season).
As a model, Jennifer has appeared in several major campaigns, including her role as the only female ambassador for Dr. Prior to her career in acting, Jennifer served as a television host on ABC's Race to March Madness, where she followed the top college basketball teams in the country.
She is the female vocalist for the hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas, with whom she has achieved chart success worldwide.Later the New York Jets hired her for “Gameday Host” to the team in August 2008.On the other hand, she worked as a regular segment host on the ABC show named , which was released in 2009. Sterger had her breast implants removed in 2009, stating that it had served their purpose for her career and that she was tired of being stereotyped.Jenn Steger was born on 29 November 1983, in Miami, Florida, United states. On seeing the shot, announcer Brent Musburger remarked that “1,500 red-blooded Americans just decided to apply to Florida State.” She was cheering for her team in a low-cut top and the guy behind the camera clearly thought that she was worth broadcasting to the world. Sterger got the attention after she was shown on national television during a 2005 Florida State–Miami football game.