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NFL Talking With Jets About Reporter Flap

There are 24 comments on the WFMZ story from Sep 14, 2010, titled NFL Talking With Jets About Reporter Flap. In it, WFMZ reports that:

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.

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Mama Veteran

Reading, PA

#1 Sep 15, 2010
Personally? I don't think ANYONE should be interviewing in the locker room! Sheesh! Let the guys get a shower and come out and speak dressed like gentlemen! Is this about football or a peep show? Get some dignity, guys.
Lehigh Valley

United States

#2 Sep 15, 2010
women should be allowed in a mans locker room, only when they start letting men in womans lockers rooms. Why the double standard. Any woman talking that job, knows beforehand what she may find "hanging" around. And right or not, she will be subject to catcalls and comments, which is no different than a pretty woman walking by a construction site. They know what to expect, they accept the position, and they bitch the first time someone says something.
Then STAY OUT.
And lets face if here, while we are being honest, it is "normally" only because SEX SELLS that these women are reporting from these locker rooms anyway. Most aren't very good at it, they are just pretty. If this wasn;t the case, then there would be fat women with moustaches running around the locker room, just like there are fat men with moustaches there. But since they are mostly well built silicone blondes there, you know they ant selling sports.

Bottom Line STAY OUT OF KITCHEN IF YOU CAN STAND THE HEAT

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#3 Sep 15, 2010
Portis' comments were offensive? Seemed more "matter-of-fact" to me. If she was waiting to interview a player, she can just as easily wait outside the locker room. Maybe I should change professions and become a reporter - only if I can do locker room interviews with female tennis players. I promise not to feel uncomfortable.
Drew

Greenwood, MO

#4 Sep 15, 2010
I agree with all of the above. Does anyone know if men are allowed in women's locker rooms?....like the WNBA?
disturbing

Allentown, PA

#5 Sep 15, 2010
She is a reporter and this easily offended??? She's in the wrong profession. Tell her to get over it and grow up!
Liz

Albany, NY

#6 Sep 15, 2010
Why interview anyone in the Locker rooms? Can't the interview wait 30 minutes until they are dressed. If you enter the locker room then you will have to deal with comments. My question is was she also dressed properly? I know they should have controlled themselves but they are all naked and a pretty woman walks in. No one deserves it but next time don't put yourself in the situation. It is just like women that say they were raped but they went to a hotel room with a guy at 2:00am. Ridiculous. I understand they all have jobs but wait to they come out and catch them after the locker room. They are a team...they will be bad and good together.
National Wusball League

Bradenton, FL

#7 Sep 15, 2010
Hey, Goodell, Suspend the whole team for six games and then you can reduce it to four games. A four game forfeit.

Then bar all Ho's, reporters and TV camera's from players locker rooms. Stadiums are large enough for a seperate interviewing room.

Got to watch out for that NFL image, right, Goodell. I mean your only interest is MORE and MORE MONEY.

It's the NFL, right, not the NBA......
Ralphy

Douglassville, PA

#8 Sep 15, 2010
Let's see here....You send a blonde bombshell, poured into bluejean and her boob hanging out, into the locker room. Naked, pumped up, men are taking showers and getting dressed & undressed and see her parading around with a microphone. What do you think might happen next? If you see her in an interview you can see that she finds a little amusement from it & obviously likes the attention and is going to make a ton of money from this. From the perspective of those athletes that would rather have the common courtesy of some privacy it shouldn't have happened in the first place & it should be allowed in women's locker rooms until the practice is shut down alltogether.
Sexy Rexy Ryan

Florham Park, NJ

#9 Sep 15, 2010
I have noticed she is always starring at me when I get naked.
mustg94

Bethlehem, PA

#10 Sep 15, 2010
she is an illegal alien from mexico
Will

Columbus, OH

#11 Sep 15, 2010
NO reporters in locker rooms, period. Problem solved.

The notion that no woman is allowed to be offended by male attention is politically-correct crapola, of course; but keep everyone out in the press room and it basically goes away.

Sheesh..
Lehigh Valley

United States

#12 Sep 15, 2010
Drew wrote:
I agree with all of the above. Does anyone know if men are allowed in women's locker rooms?....like the WNBA?
Men are NOT allowed in womans locker rooms, whether it be WNBA or Tennis, or Womans soccer.

They are in mens locker rooms, caused the women beeched that the men reporters were allowed there, and it was an unfair advantage. Whiners ! But if that was the case, then NO-ONE should be the locker rooms except for Players, trainers, coachs, and wangers.
Lehigh Valley

United States

#13 Sep 15, 2010
mustg94 wrote:
she is an illegal alien from mexico
That being the case, neither the NFL or the US governments will do anything against her. Maybe buy her medical, education, and find her another job in another locker room. After all, no real male american would want that job.
Deanna

Paoli, PA

#14 Sep 15, 2010
DUH! Equal Rights! You want to be in the mens locker room, dont be mad at what is said! And I dont ever see men in women's locker rooms! That isnt fair! Thanks Ms. Reporter Woman for making it harder for the rest us!!!!!!
Left is Right

Columbus, OH

#15 Sep 15, 2010
Lehigh Valley wrote:
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That being the case, neither the NFL or the US governments will do anything against her. Maybe buy her medical, education, and find her another job in another locker room. After all, no real male american would want that job.
Clue for you both: Mexican reporters can come to the U.S. to report on news stories just as Americans go abroad to do so. They're visitors.

Duh!
KeepGitmoOpen

United States

#16 Sep 15, 2010
mustg94 wrote:
she is an illegal alien from mexico
The hot ones are allowed in its the ugly ones and men we dont want.
Left is Right

Columbus, OH

#17 Sep 15, 2010
KeepGitmoOpen wrote:
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The hot ones are allowed in its the ugly ones and men we dont want.
Exactly. THIS is why Ines Sainz was reporting on the Jets:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_mTIR6JMpzsI/STiVvrV...

'Nuff said.
ok now

AOL

#18 Sep 15, 2010
What if you would turn it around. Naked men in a locker room and female reporter. Wyh can't she wait until everyone is showered and out of the locker room. Wow what if a male reported went into a female locker room. The whole world would be in an uproar
WHAT

Kernersville, NC

#19 Sep 15, 2010
Lehigh Valley wrote:
women should be allowed in a mans locker room, only when they start letting men in womans lockers rooms. Why the double standard. Any woman talking that job, knows beforehand what she may find "hanging" around. And right or not, she will be subject to catcalls and comments, which is no different than a pretty woman walking by a construction site. They know what to expect, they accept the position, and they **** the first time someone says something.
Then STAY OUT.
And lets face if here, while we are being honest, it is "normally" only because SEX SELLS that these women are reporting from these locker rooms anyway. Most aren't very good at it, they are just pretty. If this wasn;t the case, then there would be fat women with moustaches running around the locker room, just like there are fat men with moustaches there. But since they are mostly well built silicone blondes there, you know they ant selling sports.
Bottom Line STAY OUT OF KITCHEN IF YOU CAN STAND THE HEAT
She did not make a big deal about this, I have seen the interview. The media is trying to turn nothing into something. Get over it
Billy Mean

Bethlehem, PA

#20 Sep 15, 2010
dress like a ho het treated like a ho

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