Thursday was Clinton Portis’ day to explain his inflammatory comments about female reporters. Instead, he decided to have some fun with it.
The Jets got back to work on Wednesday as they began preparations for Sunday’s game against the Patriots.
The NFL has sent a memo to the 32 teams reminding them of the media relations policy for equal access and its rules for general conduct toward media.
Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis, known for his outspoken viewpoints, had plenty to say on the radio Tuesday about women reporters in NFL locker rooms.
The NFL was still trying to determine exactly what went on at New York Jets camp involving a TV Azteca reporter, and rebuked Clinton Portis for comments about the woman Tuesday, saying they were offensive and inappropriate.
Ines Sainz has grabbed my attention as someone who spent the first part of my career, interviewing athletes in and out of locker rooms for radio and television shows and series.
Good thing “Hard Knocks” has shut down for the season. Not even the most devoted Jets fans would want to relive what happened on a day that was supposed to deliver on Rex Ryan’s promises.
After a summer in the spotlight, the Jets are under scrutiny again.
The “Hard Knocks” stars are being investigated by the NFL for the way Jets players and coaches carried on when they were visited by a female reporter from a Mexican TV network during the team’s practice Saturday.
Ines Sainz, a reporter for Mexico’s TV Azteca doing a story on quarterback Mark Sanchez, had footballs thrown in her direction by a Jets coach during practice and players later called out to her in the team’s locker room.