And they truly are. It was reported this morning by talk show host John Gambling (710 AM) that the Jets receivers would instruct Sanchez to throw over their heads in her direction so they could "talk" to her. The whole team was doing this. The first article is from the N.Y. Post - the second website from the News. These players have no class. It doesn't matter how good looking you are - you don't act like that when you're practicing or when you're in the locker room. If they can't act properly, then close the locker room doors to women completely. When these women complain, tell them it's for their own good, that your men just won't behave and they will get an interview after the men are dressed in another room where other newspapermen could be - like a big conference room. Because this is disgusting and I hope the Dolphins NEVER act this way.
Jets flagged making passes at hot reporter
Last Updated: 5:59 AM, September 13, 2010
Posted: 4:46 AM, September 13, 2010<!-- context: -->
Talk about offensive lines!
Jet head coach Rex Ryan, one of his as sistants and some of the team's players are being probed for unsportsman like conduct against a sexy female reporter after they allegedly pes tered her with goofy, on-field antics and locker-room catcalls.
NFL and team officials yesterday said they were in vestigating re ports the Jets made suggestive comments to knockout TV correspondent Ines Sainz -- who calls herself "the hottest sports reporter in Mexico" -- during and after a weekend practice at their Florham Park, NJ, facility.
Sainz, a bombshell blond reporter for TV Azteca, was at the Jets' practice Saturday to interview quarter back Mark San chez.
During the portion of practice open to the media, Ryan and defensive-backs coach Dennis Thurman purposely overthrew passes so they would land near Sainz, she said.
Later, during a locker-room availability, several players allegedly hooted and hollered when Sainz walked in.
She later tweeted she was "dying of embarrassment."
Red-faced team execs said in a statement, "The New York Jets believe that reporters have a job to do, and it is our obligation to provide them with proper and professional access.
"[Team owner] Woody Johnson spoke with Ines Sainz of TV Azteca today to discuss the time she spent covering the team yesterday. He stressed to Ines that he expects all members of the Jets organization to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times."
Last night, the team said Joanne Gerstner, of the Association for Women in Sports Media, had spoken with Jet General Manager Mike Tannenbaum, and also has contacted the NFL.
"We are working with that organization to schedule an educational and awareness session with the team," said Jet spokesman Bruce Speight.
"And also, the matter was addressed during a team meeting tonight."
Sainz posted a picture on Twitter of herself at the practice and, apparently to silence any critics, said she was not "inappropriately dressed."
She had roamed the sidelines in tight jeans, high heels and a low-cut blouse as footballs spiraled in her direction.
A bikini-clad Sainz has been featured in numerous photo spreads.
From the N.Y. DAILY NEWS:New York Jets' alleged harassment of reporter Ines Sainz brings unwanted attention on eve of opener
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/2010/09/13/2010-09-13_untitled__myersjets13s.html#ixzz0zP5qf2Ea
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