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.
The New York Jets are getting pretty good at dealing with distractions. After all, this is the same bunch that has been compared lately to a frat house.
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.
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.
Thursday was Clinton Portis’ day to explain his inflammatory comments about female reporters. Instead, he decided to have some fun with it.
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.