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Reporter says she won't sue the Jets or the league

In an interview with The Early Show on CBS, Ines Sainz of TV Azteca said that she does not plan to sue the Jets or the NFL for the events that transpired on Saturday at the team facility, according to Bob Glauber of Newsday.

Some think that ends the story.  It doesn’t.

For starters, Sainz would have had a hard time suing the Jets, even if she had wanted to sue the Jets.  There’s no evidence that anything legally actionable occurred in the locker room or on the practice field.  Moreover, Sainz already has said and done enough to give any lawyer worth his or her law degree ammunition for an hour or so of cross-examination that would prove she welcomed the conduct, that she arguably invited it, and that she was neither threatened nor harassed by it.

As we pointed out last night, the Jets need to be concerned not about this reporter but the next one — and about other reporters who may be offended by witnessing inappropriate, but consensual, interactions between players and a reporter.

Thus, the investigation will continue, with the Jets players spending part of Tuesday giving statements to lawyers aimed at ensuring not only that the team won’t be sued now, but that the team won’t be sued in the future.

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  1. Nevisyakker says: Sep 14, 2010 9:10 AM

    The Jets as a team reflect their Head Coach who has a huge mouth but lacks that little voice in his head that tell most people to shut up.

  2. reena55 says: Sep 14, 2010 9:11 AM

    I saw her on the Today Show……unless Florio got it wrong??

  3. JoeSixPack says: Sep 14, 2010 9:12 AM

    Say what you will about this, but at least the Jets players behave better than their fans, who seem to enjoy assaulting 14 year old girls
    http://www.bostonherald.com/track/inside_track/view/20100912patriots_fans_sue_claim_assault_at_jets_game/srvc=home&position=6

  4. pftfanboy says: Sep 14, 2010 9:13 AM

    how could she after the game last night? with their hopes beseiged and their dignity shredded, what can a little law suit prove now?

  5. Black QB White RB says: Sep 14, 2010 9:14 AM

    She’s hot hot hot…she should interview me……
    But as my wife said, women KNOW when they dress that way, there’s a reason they dress that way. They have no excuse for getting what they asked for. She’s got the hots on for Sanchez, she went looking for the attention, then tries to act as if she didn’t “feel comfortable”………..complete joke

  6. rsvrdg says: Sep 14, 2010 9:15 AM

    LOL….all you have to do is google her pics….W
    OW!!!!!!!!

  7. TampaJoey says: Sep 14, 2010 9:15 AM

    … and she’ll soon be on “Dancing with the Stars” as she basks in the glory of her 15 minutes of new found fame.
    or some other reality TV show like Survivor: Whore on Revis Island… move over Jimmy Johnson,

  8. smokehouse says: Sep 14, 2010 9:16 AM

    This is sooooo lame. So she won’t sue the Jets? If she would it would end her career.

  9. Chapnasty. says: Sep 14, 2010 9:17 AM

    The Jets should sue her and her station for only caring about the Hispanic player on the team.

  10. Marty says: Sep 14, 2010 9:17 AM

    Reporters should be held to some standard of professionalism in the way they dress and the way they act. This particular reporter is not only smokin’ hot, but she flaunts the fact that she’s smokin’ hot. It’s her on-screen persona. How does she expect men to act towards her when she acts that way towards them? Should they act like they don’t notice? If she didn’t want them to notice, she wouldn’t dress that way.

  11. WarrenMoonGOAT says: Sep 14, 2010 9:18 AM

    why is this braud getting attention…yeah she is fine as hell but this is such a non-story
    what does a woman expect by wearing a tank top and a skirt in a mens lockeroom?

  12. slizz says: Sep 14, 2010 9:20 AM

    i’m sorry…but this is ridiculous. Its a freaking football locker room!!!! Did you honestly expect these guys to act like choir boys.
    As an attractive journalist who poses half nude in maxim and magazines for men, wtf did she expect? A response like POTUS would give to Katie Couric…give me a break.
    Granted its not something I would do but the fact that we are making this a story is pathetic. F’n politically correct America.

  13. Jetfansince63 says: Sep 14, 2010 9:24 AM

    The women shows up at a Jet practice dressed like a professional, a $500 a night professional. Her pants WERE SO TIGHT looked like they were nothing more than blue paint sprayed on her body while the thing she called a blouse was no bigger than a large handkerchief, and she talks about suing. I’ve been a Jet fan since 1963, I TOTALLY HATE ALL THE TALK THAT THIS TEAM HAS BEEN YAPPING BUT based on the way that the media has jumped on them for this, especially women groups, if I was Woody Johnson, I would tell all the reporters who cover the team, you say you are professionals, fine, we are instituting a dress code for the media. No casual clothes such as shorts, dungarees, t-shirts, tank tops. For practice, dockers, golf shirts, shoes for the men, for women respectable tops with pants. Game day in my stadium, suit and ties for men, dresses and pants suits for women. YOU SCREAM YOU ARE PROFESSIONALS, LOOK THE PART.

  14. dfl777 says: Sep 14, 2010 9:24 AM

    Have you seen this reporter Mike. Put her on the payroll at PFT and the site will blow up even more. She has really nice tushy.

  15. FloriosHairHat says: Sep 14, 2010 9:24 AM

    uh huh….
    But had she lied to gain access to the locker room, drank herself stupid and wore DTF across her shirt, the Jets would all be facing 4-6 game suspensions, right commish?

  16. Belichick for President says: Sep 14, 2010 9:25 AM

    Can I sue the Jets for that pathetic farce they called “Offense” last night?

  17. TheDPR says: Sep 14, 2010 9:25 AM

    I’d wonder about any dude who didn’t try to hit on her. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. I’d just wonder, that’s all.

  18. Allied Biscuit says: Sep 14, 2010 9:28 AM

    those goddamn jeans she wears are purposely made to drive guys nuts, and it works. it absolutely works. girls with mediocre asses can look like ass gods with those jeans, but this girl tops the list. but you’d think NFL players would be used to those kinds of asses being around them. some of those black girls…phew!

  19. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 9:30 AM

    Kudos to the reporter for not trying to cash in on this. It’s refreshing to see someone who was obviously in a position to make a much bigger deal out of the situation choose not to do so.
    And if she gets a nice career boost out of this, good for her.
    However, this is just another sign, if we needed one, of the embarrassing zoo being run by the Jets.
    When does running a team like this ever work? Don’t give me the mid-90’s Cowboys- they had so much more talent than anyone else it didn’t matter. That is most certainly not the case with the Jets, whatever they may think of themselves.
    Buddy Ryan? One playoff win in seven years. Wade Phillips? One playoff win in nine years. Jerry Glanville? 3 in 9 years. Watching the inmates run the asylum may be fun, but it’s not leading to a parade, Jets fans.

  20. bonafide says: Sep 14, 2010 9:31 AM

    I absolutely hate these morons who claim the woman invited sexual harassment for the way she dressed. That’s the same logic that the Taliban uses — if a woman shows her ankles and gets raped, it’s her fault, not the man’s. Look, if a woman gets sexually harassed, it’s the man’s fault, regardless of what she is wearing. Men need to show restraint and not act like horndogs anytime a female shows skin.

  21. lars thorwald says: Sep 14, 2010 9:31 AM

    Maybe the Jets players should spend a little less time chasing skirts and a little more time trying to figure out how to score an offensive touchdown. Oh well, maybe in week 2………

  22. Pervy H. says: Sep 14, 2010 9:32 AM

    I googled her and all I can say is I don’t blame Jets players,she is SMOKING…. now I’m stuck for who knows how long in my booth at Perkins with sweat pants and a boner…thanks a lot Ines….

  23. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 9:32 AM

    Marty says:
    September 14, 2010 9:17 AM
    Reporters should be held to some standard of professionalism in the way they dress and the way they act. This particular reporter is not only smokin’ hot, but she flaunts the fact that she’s smokin’ hot. It’s her on-screen persona. How does she expect men to act towards her when she acts that way towards them? Should they act like they don’t notice? If she didn’t want them to notice, she wouldn’t dress that way.
    ======================
    She asked for it! She asked for it! Welcome to 1978, caveman.

  24. Nosredna says: Sep 14, 2010 9:32 AM

    Given her past reputation…..dressing up in a wedding dress, etc there is no way she could have sued the Jets even if she wanted to.
    Not to mention that if she had, she would need to find a new job (like a stripper) cause no one in sports would have ever talked to her again.
    BTW, to add to @Marty’s comment, of course she wants people to notice. That is why she went and had a boob job. Go use google images. You will find tons of before/after pics of her!

  25. slizz says: Sep 14, 2010 9:33 AM

    *NFL…not America.

  26. Chiefs2010 says: Sep 14, 2010 9:37 AM

    Good she has no cause or proof – from what I gather..
    Try dressing professionally; don’t show up to an NFL LOCKER ROOM dressed like you’re a freshmen in college going out to the bar on Friday night..
    This girl’s trying to bring the TMZ-Kardashian mentality into the NFL.. I call BS…Take that back to your 3rd world country.
    Imagine if dude’s hung around women’s lockerooms while women were changing, dressed provocatively?
    Talk about double standards and a non-story..
    /Nothing to see here.

  27. NationalFelonLeague.com © says: Sep 14, 2010 9:38 AM

    Mexico doesn’t have PC standards like the US. Watch any show on Mexi-TV all the girls are hot and dress like skanks but all the men are old.

  28. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 9:39 AM

    Jetfansince63 says:
    September 14, 2010 9:24 AM
    if I was Woody Johnson, I would tell all the reporters who cover the team, you say you are professionals, fine, we are instituting a dress code for the media. No casual clothes such as shorts, dungarees, t-shirts, tank tops.
    =====================
    Dungarees? Way to skew young, grandpa.
    In my day, we walked 15 miles in our business suits to get to a press conference. UP HILL, BOTH WAYS!! And that was just to talk to the punter! And we liked it!!
    If we wanted to talk to the starting QB, we went to see him at his part time job at the meat packing plant! And we were glad for it!!!
    Hey you kids! Get off my lawn!! And turn down that infernal rap music!!
    LOL- “tank tops”. Reporters are showing up with tank tops on? I’m sorry, this post just absolutely made my entire day.
    Think I’ll go see if I can the old Studebaker started and head down to the malt shop.

  29. Chapnasty. says: Sep 14, 2010 9:42 AM

    Big Ben is pissed right now that no Jets players were suspended

  30. queenie says: Sep 14, 2010 9:43 AM

    I’m curious if any of this guys had been drinking how they would have acted…it’s one thing to act like a jackass when you’ve had a few but to act like one when you are sober is a whole other ballgame.
    Also Guys..get a clue…ladies like this are used to men fawning all over them…to stand out in a crowd you have to be cool and not act like she’s all that…we love a challenge you know…also if u are respectful and at least attempt to not bed us the 1st time we meet this will really peak our curiosity that you are different (even if u aren’t)….this is how you score with a hot chick…not by acting like you’ve never gotten laid in your life.

  31. stanjam says: Sep 14, 2010 9:44 AM

    Sorry folks, but just because a woman dresses sexy, or flirts, it is not an excuse to behave poorly. One may not ASSUME that a woman is “asking for it.”
    If a woman is dressed sexy and seems to be flirting with you, does that give you the right to force yourself on her physically? Of course not. It also does not give you license to behave in a boorish way, at least not in public, and certainly not while that woman is conducting business. She was trying to do her job, and the team was at their jobs. That means they should behave in that manner…professionally.

  32. Dr. Michael says: Sep 14, 2010 9:46 AM

    She has a mediocre “helmet” but a perfect ass!

  33. Falcon in NE says: Sep 14, 2010 9:56 AM

    Don’t blame the reporter for being attractive. Ask yourself, what have cat calls ever accomplished in life? Don’t make excuses for stupid football players for being stupid.

  34. CanadianVikingFan says: Sep 14, 2010 10:01 AM

    She’s got the body of a godess and I want her at her hottest.

  35. 2000TJ says: Sep 14, 2010 10:02 AM

    Florio, even you know that you don’t really need provable evidense to sue someone. First, it is not beyond a reasonable doubt like in criminal court. It is proponderance of evidence – which means that your story needs to be just a hair mroe believable than they defense. Secondly, very few law suits even make it to court. Jets and/or their insurance company would settle out long before it actually went to trial.
    Come on Florio, get your facts straight.

  36. MACHINE GUN IBIZA says: Sep 14, 2010 10:03 AM

    Shes is NOT a reporter.
    She is a piece of eye candy that does to these sporing events and makes a foll of herself. If she is a “reporter” then Erin Andrews is Bob Woodward.

  37. jmac1013 says: Sep 14, 2010 10:05 AM

    Gee, I never read a story involving a male reporter complaining about locker room behavior. This is why female shouldn’t be allowed in the locker room.

  38. rbais2 says: Sep 14, 2010 10:07 AM

    I know that sexual harassment is a serious matter, but if she’s Latin, hot, and looks sexier because she speaks Spanish … Aye Papi!!!

  39. reno76 says: Sep 14, 2010 10:08 AM

    thanks for keeping us up to date on this important story…TMZ has noticed your effort and will be in contact soon

  40. OldDominionRedskins says: Sep 14, 2010 10:11 AM

    As expected, she was caught in her own bull$h!t.

  41. kosarsmyidol says: Sep 14, 2010 10:13 AM

    From the back, she is stunning. From the front, it looks like she has strange-looking implants and not a cute face. Give me Erin Andrews any day. That being said, I shudder to think what Ben would’ve done had she been in the Steelers’ locker room.

  42. Marty says: Sep 14, 2010 10:18 AM

    You really think that if a reporter walks into an NFL lockerroom dressed like a hooker she should not expect to provoke some sort of reaction?

  43. JoeSixPack says: Sep 14, 2010 10:22 AM

    This is all a misunderstanding.
    The Jets players simply wanted her to help adjust their “helmets”

  44. BrianMD says: Sep 14, 2010 10:24 AM

    Hey Queenie,
    Thanks for the advice that we already knew.
    Women are not that hard to figure out, especially the insecure ones. (and they are all insecure.)

  45. ravenfan820 says: Sep 14, 2010 10:25 AM

    Here is the main point of this…Ryan is allowing a totally undisciplined team to develop. There are no rules and the team will implode.
    He gets fired next year after a poor year this year and a worse year next year……you heard it here first…..

  46. palewook says: Sep 14, 2010 10:34 AM

    For What?
    “I’ll sue because I wore tight pants and guys noticed.”
    No honey, take that case to court. It’ll be funny to watch how quickly it gets tossed out.

  47. Occam says: Sep 14, 2010 10:36 AM

    Florio, can I sue PFT when Rosenthal’s spelling and grammar offend me?

  48. Howie Handles says: Sep 14, 2010 10:39 AM

    I mean really, you walk in a locker room, and you’re shocked that you’re the subject of lewd comments? What a bunch of bs.

  49. poonhok says: Sep 14, 2010 10:40 AM

    “She asked for it! She asked for it! Welcome to 1978, caveman.”
    ========
    =================
    No, it’s called the real world.
    Nowadays, many women dress to get a certain reaction and sometimes act shocked or surprised when they get it.
    Some women believe it or not, are money hungry ho’s out to find a payday and dressing inappropriately is a way of tossing out the bait…don’t know if this is one of those times, but don’t be an idiot and pretend it doesn’t happen….

  50. Bill Cowher's Chin says: Sep 14, 2010 10:41 AM

    LMFAO, the original report was that one of the Jets coaches was intentionally over throwing the pass routes, to allow the Jets players to get nice and close to her. Jason Taylor even wanted to catch some passes….
    I think it is pretty obvious that report was false, clearly is was Sanchez, not a Jets coach, that was over throwing passes, and it wasnt to get close to the reporter, it was because he sucks…..
    At first the reporter thought it was low class, but after seeing the game last night, she realized it wasnt harassment, it was just terrible qb play….

  51. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 10:42 AM

    Marty says:
    September 14, 2010 10:18 AM
    You really think that if a reporter walks into an NFL lockerroom dressed like a hooker she should not expect to provoke some sort of reaction?
    =========================
    First- she wasn’t dressed like a “hooker” you stupid, ignorant neanderthal. There is no hooker uniform.
    Second- yes that is exactly what I am saying. It is completely irrelevant what she was wearing- men never have an excuse to sexually harass women. Real men know this.
    I love the way people say “NFL Lockerroom” as if we should all understand that this is a place filled with maladjusted sociopathic retards and they can’t be held responsible for their actions. Because, you see, they just can’t help themselves.
    Is it OK for you or I to walk up to a woman in a restaurant or nightclub and sexually harass her just because she is dressed provacatively?
    Grow the hell up.

  52. queenie says: Sep 14, 2010 10:48 AM

    BrianMD says:
    September 14, 2010 10:24 AM
    Hey Queenie,
    Thanks for the advice that we already knew.
    Women are not that hard to figure out, especially the insecure ones. (and they are all insecure.)
    __________
    from a guy who’s never gotten laid in his life…we can spot you a mile away…BIG GUY!

  53. snnyjcbs says: Sep 14, 2010 10:55 AM

    “My unnamed sources” have told me that she will be coming after your outfit. The source stated that she was not happy with your site printing “that she was asking for it” with an insinuation that she was dressing and acting like a tramp.

  54. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 10:57 AM

    poonhok says:
    September 14, 2010 10:40 AM
    “She asked for it! She asked for it! Welcome to 1978, caveman.”
    ========
    =================
    No, it’s called the real world.
    Nowadays, many women dress to get a certain reaction and sometimes act shocked or surprised when they get it.
    Some women believe it or not, are money hungry ho’s out to find a payday and dressing inappropriately is a way of tossing out the bait…don’t know if this is one of those times, but don’t be an idiot and pretend it doesn’t happen….
    =======================
    Most women, “believe it or not”, are not “money hungry ho’s” and we probably shouldn’t assume they are based upon what they are wearing.
    Someone like you calling me an idiot is the highest praise I can ever recieve.

  55. MarinoRules says: Sep 14, 2010 11:00 AM

    Jets=juvenile losers

  56. kosarsmyidol says: Sep 14, 2010 11:03 AM

    “I love the way people say “NFL Lockerroom” as if we should all understand that this is a place filled with maladjusted sociopathic retards and they can’t be held responsible for their actions. Because, you see, they just can’t help themselves.”
    Well, if the ankle bracelet fits…

  57. Marty says: Sep 14, 2010 11:03 AM

    Realitypolice, please answer this question:
    Do you think there is any limit to what a woman can wear, or do, and not expect a man to react to it? Where do you draw the line? Anywhere?

  58. Steeler-lady says: Sep 14, 2010 11:04 AM

    seems to be a double standard on here and in the NFL… the personal conduct policy should retain to EVERYONE not just a 2 time Superbowl winning qb.
    SUSPEND THEM~!
    Just like in this case..there wasnt any evidence to support a claim ………..

  59. palewook says: Sep 14, 2010 11:06 AM

    realitypolice,
    i pray for the day the nfl bans reporters from the locker rooms. because some plastic bimbo got all equal rights wah taking the nfl to court over it mode.
    let the fans of the game have a reason to dislike female reporters and watch just how brutal the reality of the situation will become.
    you can’t ask to be a war reporter then whine when you see combat. and you can’t cover a male oriented sport with egos and cry when you see those.
    fans are going to love female reporters when they start gettiing things taken away from the game.

  60. Island says: Sep 14, 2010 11:10 AM

    Chapnasty wrote:
    Big Ben is pissed right now that no Jets players were suspended
    —————————————————-
    WRONG!!! He’s pissed that he wasn’t the bod being interviewed!!! :-)

  61. Chiefs2010 says: Sep 14, 2010 11:17 AM

    @realitypolice
    That was a hooker uniform.. take your pc nonsense to the Huffington Post..

  62. The Wej says: Sep 14, 2010 11:27 AM

    Seems kind of naive to me to have a guy named Woody call her to apologize.

  63. jesus christ says: Sep 14, 2010 11:30 AM

    SUE THEM FOR WHAT?!?!!? according to the new york times the reporter was being made fun of behind her back in the locker room.. then she gets invited to Good Morning America? you got to be kidding me. if she was any less hot no one would of heard about his cuz theres nothing to hear…… bitches.., right?

  64. BobsCountryBunker says: Sep 14, 2010 11:31 AM

    “MACHINE GUN IBIZA says:
    September 14, 2010 10:03 AM
    Shes is NOT a reporter.
    She is a piece of eye candy that does to these sporing events and makes a foll of herself. If she is a “reporter” then Erin Andrews is Bob Woodward.”
    Finally, someone who did some homework and “gets it”. This “reporter” shows up at the Superbowl media day every year dressed as skintight as possible, and asks silly questions and does silly things like asking the players to flex their muscles while she measures their biceps and “oohs” and “aahs”. This is strictly for entertainment value, not real news.

  65. Occam says: Sep 14, 2010 11:37 AM

    realitypolice says:
    “Most women, “believe it or not”, are not “money hungry ho’s” and we probably shouldn’t assume they are based upon what they are wearing.”
    I’m guessing you’ve never lived in Los Angeles. ;)

  66. realitypolice says: Sep 14, 2010 11:40 AM

    Chiefs2010 says:
    September 14, 2010 11:17 AM
    @realitypolice
    That was a hooker uniform.. take your pc nonsense to the Huffington Post..
    ======================
    lol, neaderthal knuckle dragger.
    It’s not about being PC or not PC, it’s about not being a misogynistic sociopathic loser.
    Just because you’ve spent your entire life being turned down by every decent looking woman you’ve come across, you don’t have to carry all this angst towards the entire species.
    It’s not the fault of every hot woman who won’t even look at you that you mother lied and told you you were handsome.

  67. roboninja says: Sep 14, 2010 11:50 AM

    The misogyny level in here is high, but so is the number of White Knights saving this poor damsel. She dresses provocatively and flirts with the people she interviews. This does not make her a bad person, but it does open her up to responses of a sexual nature. There was no indication here she ever thought about suing; the issue with the Jets’ behavior was brought up by other media members, not her. So all the gold-digging comments are wholly out of line. She has said she had no problem with the behavior, so it’s a dead issue as far as I am concerned.

  68. CommyKilla says: Sep 14, 2010 11:52 AM

    shes not allowed to wear tight jeans?
    Please, Jets players and fans are a bunch of Neanderthals.

  69. CommyKilla says: Sep 14, 2010 11:53 AM

    shes not allowed to wear tight jeans?
    Please, Jets players and fans are a bunch of Neanderthals.

  70. exactlyright21 says: Sep 14, 2010 11:57 AM

    The whole “she was asking for it” or “she got what she deserved” is a really disgusting reaction that most of you are spewing.. I’d be wiling to bet that anyone on here that takes that angle is hopelessly single, and would probably act like these douches in an attempt to get a woman. Have fun with your right hand ladies..

  71. Allied Biscuit says: Sep 14, 2010 12:00 PM

    I bet she is a great… GREAT reporter.
    “Mark Sanchez hit 3 home runs last night”
    also, there is an association for women’s sports reporters. i thought that was a joke, but it is real.

  72. John El Way says: Sep 14, 2010 12:15 PM

    That accent would drive me up the wall, shes not that hot.

  73. bigfan76 says: Sep 14, 2010 12:17 PM

    If my wife was a player in the locker room I wouldn’t want a man in there reporting. I don’t think it is the place for women reporters to be therefore no reporters. There should be a media room that the players have to walk through before leaving the facility to get the statements out.

  74. bosbor says: Sep 14, 2010 12:32 PM

    Man! Those guys ruined it! This may lead to dress code or screening prior to entering the locker room.
    Overall, those guys should have kept their mouth shut, but…….
    Little Secret to all ladies: If you think what she “heard” was bad, you should see what they were “thinking”…and that’s for most guys, not just football players…

  75. bosbor says: Sep 14, 2010 12:33 PM

    Man! Those guys ruined it! This may lead to dress code or screening prior to entering the locker room.
    Overall, those guys should have kept their mouth shut, but…….
    Little Secret to all ladies: If you think what she “heard” was bad, you should see what they were “thinking”…and that’s for most guys, not just football players…

  76. mike3775 says: Sep 14, 2010 12:34 PM

    So because of the way she dressed, she welcomed the treatment? I have seen women act like they not care and then start crying after they leave because they did not want to show them that it bothered her(out of fear, or afraid to say anything). But its the NFL, where millionaires can literally get away with murder and still have a job(Pittsburgh player)

  77. robert ethen says: Sep 14, 2010 12:37 PM

    Hey kosmardil, when she looks like that from the back, who cares what she looks like from the front? Just keep her pointed in the right direction all the time.

  78. Chiefs2010 says: Sep 14, 2010 12:37 PM

    @realitypolice
    ________
    Take your weak and generic insults to the Huffington Post as well…
    Your wrong, and your point is invalid.

  79. JoeSixPack says: Sep 14, 2010 12:38 PM

    Can I sue the owner of the Jets for introducing himself to my wife as “Woody Johnson”?

  80. michelle001 says: Sep 14, 2010 1:46 PM

    First off, this whole story to me is stupid!!! Yes, she maybe should not have been in the locker room dressed like that, but unfortunately, most women don’t know HOW to dress as women, or as professionals these days – its all about sex appeal. And I agree with the person that said that its still better to treat the woman like a woman, regardless of what she looks like – a slut, a whore, etc….
    Second, to me, there are double standards in play here. A ‘so-called’ professional female reporter can go in the locker room, interview male professional athletes; and if she doesn’t get to go in the male locker room while the men are putting their clothes on, its job discrimination(which the women whine to holy hell) supposedly. Yet, if a professional MAN reporter were to go into a FEMALE locker room while the ladies were dressing after a game, it would be called ‘sexual harassment’ and a ‘violation of her rights’, after which, the male would probably be charged with a felony offense, be made to pay millions in an out of court settlement and/or lose his job, and possibly have to do time behind bars if he’s convicted. That’s not right.
    Why not use common sense for both – make BOTH male and female reporters STAY OUT OF THE LOCKER ROOMS until they get dressed, and then the players/coaches can come out and be interviewed by BOTH male & female reporters? That would cut down a whole lot of bullcrap! But, God forbid that our ‘great’ news medias have any common sense – its all about what the women want, and how their ‘rights’ are violated if they don’t get what they want. Sorry feminist females if I’ve hurt your ‘independent’ feelings – but some things are just plain old-fashioned common sense.

  81. ClubRob24 says: Sep 14, 2010 2:15 PM

    I keep having these bouts of FURY and ANGER over this “story”. This entire country is ASS-BACKWARD when it comes to SEX.
    No. 1 ..that female reporter (you know I wanna call her a “chick” so bad) is FINE AS HAILL..and she’s running around in a PRO FOOTBALL LOCKER ROOM..(?!) WHAT DO YOU EXPECT THE PLAYERS TO DO..pretend she’s NOT Gorgeous??? WTF??!!!! When did being an athletic, healthy, heterosexual MAN, who happens to be attracted to a SMOKING hot woman, become a criminal offense? You gotta be kidding me with this!
    Also, when did it become mandatory that women have to be treated like ROYALTY when they are in a MEN’S LOCKER ROOM! Why are they even allowed in MEN’S locker rooms??
    Pretty darn soon you’ll have to get a court order just to get permission to have sex with an American woman.. And the truly disgusting part about it, is that I’m being SERIOUS.

  82. superb owl says: Sep 14, 2010 3:02 PM

    it’s all part of her shtick. she doesnt apparently care.

  83. Hugh Jorgan says: Sep 14, 2010 3:59 PM

    realitypolice says:
    Kudos to the reporter for not trying to cash in on this. It’s refreshing to see someone who was obviously in a position to make a much bigger deal out of the situation choose not to do so.
    And if she gets a nice career boost out of this, good for her.
    —————————————–
    RealityPolice, is this your first year watching the NFL? Do you know who Inez is, or what she has done in the past around the NFL, in the name of publicity?? How she dresses at Media Day, and how she proclaims herself “the sexiest sports reporter in the world?” Since the Jets never laid a hand on her, never asked her for anything sexual, and did little more than oogle at her (c’mon now…did you see the way she dressed? ANY man would do the same thing) and tell her “You are beautiful” in Spanish, what is the harm here?
    But yes, by all means, she certainly needed the career boost. *sarcasm*
    Seriously…you’re a dumb ass!
    Google her, look at her photos, and read about her. Then tell me she deserves anyone’s “what a poor, poor sweet girl” statements.

  84. FloriosHairHat says: Sep 14, 2010 4:19 PM

    # mike3775 says: September 14, 2010 12:34 PM
    “But its the NFL, where millionaires can literally get away with murder and still have a job(Pittsburgh player)”
    Ray Lewis plays for Baltimore…

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