What do you get when you combine Ines Sainz, a Tom Brady lookalike and some sort of faux superhero?
Rex Ryan has been called lots of things — some nice, and others not-so-much — during his two years as coach of the Jets. Here’s one more he might be able to soon add to the list: best-selling author.
Rex Ryan’s upcoming book, “Play Like You Mean It,” gives an entertaining glimpse into the man who has become one of the NFL’s most colorful and controversial personalities. And — no shock here — he pulls no punches.
Rex Ryan hasn’t guaranteed this win, there’s no indication whether it’s “personal,” and we’re not sure if Bart Scott “can’t wait!” for the awards ceremony. What we do know is the Jets have been nominated for the SportsBusiness Journal’s Team of the Year award.
The TV Azteca reporter who said she felt uncomfortable in the Jets’ locker room drew plenty of attention on media day. Ines Sainz conducted interviews wearing a slinky silver dress and shiny black heels, standing out among the more conventionally dressed media.
The Mexican television reporter who said she felt uncomfortable in the Jets’ locker room in September is picking the team to win the Super Bowl.
In response to an incident at the Jets’ training facility after which female reporter Ines Sainz of TV Azteca said she felt uncomfortable in the team’s locker room, the NFL sent a workplace conduct update to its teams Wednesday.
Ines Sainz of TV Azteca says she suggested to the National Football League that she conduct player interviews on the field or on the sideline.
The New York Jets and hurly-burly coach Rex Ryan have been selling wince-worthy moments for months. There’s no chance they’re going to stop now.
From the death of Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley to the DWI charges against Jets receiver Braylon Edwards, the headlines have skewed toward the negative. Even the tragic.
The New York Jets have apologized for boorish behavior directed at a female TV reporter in their locker room. A training session for players is in the works. The reporter herself says it wasn’t really so offensive. So we can all move on, right?
The NFL says that while there was “unprofessional conduct,” New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and his staff acted promptly to correct the situation that arose
With certain athletes and teams performing badly when it comes to female journalists in the locker room, the question still remains: Do female journalists belong in the male dominating locker room?
There has been a lot made of the recent issue regarding the New York Jets and TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz and it has taken several different routes. This one hits close to home. I am married to an female TV sports reporter and a very good one at that.
Viewed from Europe, the story making news in American football this week of the New York Jets players who disgraced themselves by directing “Whooo-weee!” catcalls at a television reporter working in their locker room is bizarre and alien.