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SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 11:28 AM
Oh please. The Jets are being investigated for making comments about a female reporter in their locker room.

Boo to this chick. She is unprofessional and dresses in a ****ty way so I don't blame the fellas one bit.

Take a look:
http://guanabee.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/ines-sainz-superbowl1-450x540.jpg

Is it professional to show your belly and above that have lace and above that strapps when interviewing football players?

Should you let them lift you?
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines2.jpg

Nice ass but is this appropriate for work?
http://img.listal.com/image/867994/600full-ines-sainz.jpg

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 11:33 AM
Se had the nerve to say she was uncomfortable...lol
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines-sainz3.jpg

I hope Goodell does the right thing and clear the Jets. If not, none of the teams should welcome this B to their locker room or even sidelines.

MACH1
09-14-2010, 12:12 PM
Maybe they should ban these chicks from the sidelines too. Panties hanging out and all that. :rolleyes:

http://www.thejetsblog.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/flightcrew.jpg

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 03:48 PM
Maybe they should ban these chicks from the sidelines too. Panties hanging out and all that. :rolleyes:

http://www.thejetsblog.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/flightcrew.jpg

That's a funny picture. Which team is that? The next step is to switch from the grannie panties to thongs. I would immagine the look of too sort skirts probably upset women fans. lol

I still can't believe this woman said she was uncomfortable.

We have our own cutie and I noticed she has no ring. Sandy Romah...but she dresses appropriately...not like this ho. Still I won't be surprised if she ends up marrying a player.

Shea
09-14-2010, 03:58 PM
Anyone know what exactly the players said/did to her?

TackleMeBen
09-14-2010, 04:19 PM
those are the jet cheerleaders.

Shea, does it really matter, in this PC world one little comment can offend anyone... and people say its not the woman's fault she gets into trouble... start dressing properly and you wont have these issues.

MasterOfPuppets
09-14-2010, 04:37 PM
NFL, Redskins condemn Clinton Portis comments


Last week, tight end Chris Cooley drew the head coach's ire for revealing a small part of team strategy on the radio. This week, running back Clinton Portis has one-upped him, drawing a rebuke from the league for comments he made during his paid radio appearance.
On Tuesday afternoon, Portis apologized for comments he made (http://voices.washingtonpost.com/dcsportsbog/2010/09/clinton_portis_on_ines_sainz_s.html) on 106.7 The Fan Tuesday morning on the controversy surrounding Ines Sainz, the TV Azteca television reporter who was allegedly sexually harassed in the New York Jets' locker room last week.
Portis issued a statement through the team, saying: "I was wrong to make the comments I did, and I apologize. I respect the job that all reporters do. It is a tough job and we all have to work and act in a professional manner. I understand and support the team on these issues."
The NFL also came down on Portis (http://voices.washingtonpost.com/early-lead/2010/09/nfl_condemns_clinton_portis_re.html)earlier Tuesday but apparently has asked the Redskins to deal with the running back.
"The comments are clearly inappropriate, offensive and have no place in the NFL," league spokesman Greg Aiello said in a statement. "We have contacted the Redskins and they will discuss the matter directly with Mr. Portis."
The Redskins also issued a statement Tuesday afternoon. Tony Wyllie said: "The Washington Redskins have a clear and unambiguoous policy about being professional on these issues and we will take the necessary steps to remind everyone about it."
The Post's Dan Steinberg has transcribed Portis's full comments (http://voices.washingtonpost.com/dcsportsbog/2010/09/clinton_portis_on_ines_sainz_s.html), but Portis essentially offered something of a defense for the Jets' players and their alleged behavior.
"I think men are gonna tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman," Portis said on "The Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner," his first weekly appearance of the season.
"You put a woman and you give her a choice of 53 athletes, somebody got to be appealing to her," he said. "You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she's gonna want somebody. I don't know what kind of woman won't, if you get to go and look at 53 men's packages. And you're just sitting here, saying, 'Oh, none of this is attractive to me.' I know you're doing a job, but at the same time, the same way I'm gonna cut my eye if I see somebody worth talking to, I'm sure they do the same thing."
:toofunny:

Vis
09-14-2010, 04:38 PM
Anyone know what exactly the players said/did to her?

Exactly.

Which article of clothing waived her right to expect to be treated with respect?

TackleMeBen
09-14-2010, 04:39 PM
portis was right on with this comments. yet he has to apologize for speaking what was on his mind....

MasterOfPuppets
09-14-2010, 04:41 PM
Exactly.

Which article of clothing waived her right to expect to be treated with respect?
and why is she carrying around a measuring tape ?

http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/img/2010/09/13/091310-NFL-Ines-Sainz-G7_20100913170924_600_400.JPG

Vis
09-14-2010, 04:42 PM
Nothing about what she was wearing was improper. If women who have a body to show off get treated poorly for showing it off, they might stop. If they stop, I'm blaming the assholes who treated her poorly for making her stop. I think women who like it when a hot woman is treated poorly are jealous and just want the hottie in a burka

Shea
09-14-2010, 04:52 PM
Still want to know what happened here??

I don't care what she was wearing.

And Portis is an idiot.

Vis
09-14-2010, 04:56 PM
Still want to know what happened here??

I don't care what she was wearing.

And Portis is an idiot.

I do too. If she was nude, there is still a line of acceptable behavior that should not be crossed.

TackleMeBen
09-14-2010, 05:00 PM
and why is she carrying around a measuring tape ?

http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/img/2010/09/13/091310-NFL-Ines-Sainz-G7_20100913170924_600_400.JPG
maybe she wants find out why 'Big" Ben is called big ben????:chuckle:

TackleMeBen
09-14-2010, 05:01 PM
Nothing about what she was wearing was improper. If women who have a body to show off get treated poorly for showing it off, they might stop. If they stop, I'm blaming the assholes who treated her poorly for making her stop. I think women who like it when a hot woman is treated poorly are jealous and just want the hottie in a burka
a woman can look hot without looking like a two bit *****

SteelMember
09-14-2010, 05:02 PM
I know I'm probably setting myself up here, but what's with women being allowed into a men's locker room to get post game interviews anyway. Not necessarily this case, but in general. Sure, I get that if male reporters are allowed then they should be too, but still what intriguing piece of information are you going to get while a guy takes a shower and walks around in a towel (optional) that you can't get once they've changed? I think they all could wait.

It's not like I'm seeing any locker room interviews for the WNBA, or womens soccer either. It could certainly lead to more viewers I would think. :chuckle:

anyway, I'm sure her interviewing skills are top notch. Why else would she be the one they put on the sidelines. :rolleyes:

MasterOfPuppets
09-14-2010, 05:03 PM
a simple solution to this would be to stop allowing reporters to follow the team into the locker room. why not have a staging area for interviews after the game, AFTER the players get dressed.
i bet they don't allow male reporter to follow women athletes into their locker rooms while they're changing ...:noidea:

steelmember beat me to it.

Vis
09-14-2010, 05:10 PM
a woman can look hot without looking like a two bit *****

Is that what she looks like? I want to encourage the sale of those jeans to all who fit in them.

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:13 PM
and why is she carrying around a measuring tape ?

http://static.foxsports.com/content/fscom/img/2010/09/13/091310-NFL-Ines-Sainz-G7_20100913170924_600_400.JPG

lol MOP...:sofunny:

She is also showing clevage on purpose.

Vincent
09-14-2010, 05:13 PM
...what's with women being allowed into a men's locker room to get post game interviews anyway.

Well, duh.

Do men ever go into women's locker rooms? While they're showering?

anyway, I'm sure her interviewing skills are top notch. Why else would she be the one they put on the sidelines. :rolleyes:

If you've ever heard her, she's a bubblehead. She "positions" herself as "the hottest reporter in Mexico". Basically, what you see is what you get.

I saw a clip on CNN about this. What a comedienne! This was all pub. "I just try to EEnterview Mark Sanchez. I just do my job. I no know why...". Could it possibly be the twat act on a sideline and in a football locker room?

Shea
09-14-2010, 05:15 PM
Is that what she looks like? I want to encourage the sale of those jeans to all who fit in them.

Exactly. :chuckle:

Not what I would wear for work but that is the norm for women's clothing. Form fitting and tight.

Just wish you guys would wear the same. :naughty:

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:17 PM
I do too. If she was nude, there is still a line of acceptable behavior that should not be crossed.

lol:sofunny: NICE

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:21 PM
a woman can look hot without looking like a two bit *****

exactly. Look at Sandy Romah...professional. There is no straight guy that will see that ass in those jeans and not THINK something. Maybe if they knew she would be offended they probably should not have SAID anything but if you feel harassed, don't dress like that. Simple. It's not professional attire for a reporter.

SteelMember
09-14-2010, 05:23 PM
Well, duh.

Do men ever go into women's locker rooms? While they're showering?

Not as far as they know... :chuckle:


If you've ever heard her, she's a bubblehead. She "positions" herself as "the hottest reporter in Mexico". Basically, what you see is what you get.

I saw a clip on CNN about this. What a comedienne! This was all pub. "I just try to EEnterview Mark Sanchez. I just do my job. I no know why...". Could it possibly be the twat act on a sideline and in a football locker room?

I know. I was more making a generalized statement. I even thought the sarcasm was laid on extra thick.

What do you think the over/under on how many players said "nice jeans".... you know it was all of them. Even if they didn't say it, you know they tought it.

or "are those pretty easy to get in and out of?"

MasterOfPuppets
09-14-2010, 05:24 PM
Exactly. :chuckle:

Not what I would wear for work but that is the norm for women's clothing. Form fitting and tight.

Just wish you guys would wear the same. :naughty:
http://media.ebaumsworld.com/picture/realadam/span3.jpg

Shea
09-14-2010, 05:26 PM
Ugh.

I give up.

SteelMember
09-14-2010, 05:27 PM
Is that what she looks like? I want to encourage the sale of those jeans to all who fit in them.

Now see, that's where the problems are gonna start. Some of those women are gonna "think" they fit good... but they won't. Kinda like the spandex problem we have.

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:28 PM
those are the jet cheerleaders.



That's funny. Now that you mention it, I can see the N from the NY in the background. I don't know why I missed that earlier. I was distracted I guess...lol

SteelMember
09-14-2010, 05:30 PM
http://media.ebaumsworld.com/picture/realadam/span3.jpg

Not the pic I would have choose, but I think we're on the same wavelength in this thread. :hatsoff:

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:31 PM
Ugh.

I give up.

Oh Shea...I just noticed you are a female...lol I was thinking there was something wrong with you. lol My bad...lol

Atlanta Dan
09-14-2010, 05:32 PM
Anyone know what exactly the players said/did to her?

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.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/jets_flagged_making_passes_qM5MnpvUIkXBaqfZayIsVL
But in her piece for Mexican TV station DeporTV that ran last night, Sainz said she never felt offended and that the whole situation was taken out of context.

"In my opinion, I never felt attacked, nor that they reacted grossly toward me," she said. "I arrived in the locker room and there were comments and games. One of the other reporters came up to me and apologized for what was happening, but I thought [the players] were joking around."
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/reporter_claims_she_was_not_wearing_4HN7i4lgzPuJzW h1Ug6suK

But of course the league office is tied up in knots about this because it allows columnists to write about the NFL being hostile to women and remind everyone about He Who Is Banished Until Week 5

But as another N.F.L. season begins, the Sainz-Jets incident, along with the more serious incident in which Ben Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a woman, is evidence that the league must be more diligent in eradicating an underlying objectification of women that is pervasive in the male-dominated sports landscape.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/14/sports/football/14rhoden.html?_r=1&ref=sports

I would write it off as much ado about nothing except for the fact the Jets probably were trying to cross the line to live up to the image their fat coach is trying to create - if the league office wants to stop this stuff a good place to start is pulling the plug on the annual Hard Knocks docudrama - can't have it both ways

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:35 PM
Exactly. :chuckle:

Not what I would wear for work but that is the norm for women's clothing. Form fitting and tight.

Just wish you guys would wear the same. :naughty:

Look at her belly showing and lace above that ...and those jeans. I'm not usually that much of an assman. I'm fine either way but she's making me a believer. lol

All of this is giving her good publicity anyway. Many didn't even know who she was before this. I suggest Tommy Hillfigure or Baby Phat sign her up. That is one amazing ass.

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 05:42 PM
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.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/jets_flagged_making_passes_qM5MnpvUIkXBaqfZayIsVL
But in her piece for Mexican TV station DeporTV that ran last night, Sainz said she never felt offended and that the whole situation was taken out of context.

"In my opinion, I never felt attacked, nor that they reacted grossly toward me," she said. "I arrived in the locker room and there were comments and games. One of the other reporters came up to me and apologized for what was happening, but I thought [the players] were joking around."
http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/reporter_claims_she_was_not_wearing_4HN7i4lgzPuJzW h1Ug6suK

But of course the league office is tied up in knots about this because it allows columnists to write comments like this about the NFL being hostile to women and remind everyone about He Who Is Banished Until Week 5

But as another N.F.L. season begins, the Sainz-Jets incident, along with the more serious incident in which Ben Roethlisberger was accused of sexually assaulting a woman, is evidence that the league must be more diligent in eradicating an underlying objectification of women that is pervasive in the male-dominated sports landscape.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/14/sports/football/14rhoden.html?_r=1&ref=sports

I would write it off as much ado about nothing except for the fact the Jets probably were trying to cross the line to live up to the image their fat coach is trying to create - if the league office wants to stop this stuff a good place to start is pulling the plug on the annual Hard Knocks docudrama - can't have it both ways

Excellent post. I am starting to gain more respect back for her now. The Jet's were just trying to have fun. She put herself out there and they were just giving compliments. If she had just avoided some of her comments earlier, we would have been cool. I bet you Ryan got to her by phone.

I hope nothing happens to the Jets for this. Everyone was just having fun...including the reporter.

She did make comments about being uncomfortable...and that's what set me off.

Vincent
09-14-2010, 05:45 PM
This is a bull@#$%. Ines Sainz bills herself as "the hottest reported in Mexico". She dresses like a ****. WTF is supposed to happen when that act gets near football players?

Put Jill Arrington, who BTW makes Sainz look like Wharf Avenue, in the same setting and there's no story.

Sainz does what she does for publicity. End of story. The pinheads in our "media" in their endless quest to manufacture "news" take what should be a no-story and run with it on the basis of some bull@#$% indiscretion. Get the @#$% over it.

tony hipchest
09-14-2010, 05:59 PM
i would toss her salad.

brett favre.

Vis
09-14-2010, 06:28 PM
Now see, that's where the problems are gonna start. Some of those women are gonna "think" they fit good... but they won't. Kinda like the spandex problem we have.

I'm willing to act as judge

stb_steeler
09-14-2010, 07:47 PM
i would toss her salad.

brett favre.

Ha:rofl:ve Ben throw in a bit of that cheese to!....

stb_steeler
09-14-2010, 07:53 PM
Oh please. The Jets are being investigated for making comments about a female reporter in their locker room.

Boo to this chick. She is unprofessional and dresses in a ****ty way so I don't blame the fellas one bit.

Take a look:
http://guanabee.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/ines-sainz-superbowl1-450x540.jpg

Is it professional to show your belly and above that have lace and above that strapps when interviewing football players?

Should you let them lift you?
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines2.jpg

Nice ass but is this appropriate for work?
http://img.listal.com/image/867994/600full-ines-sainz.jpg

NOTE: Guy taking picture doesnt mind......
GIRL GOT TRUNK

floodcitygirl
09-14-2010, 07:54 PM
a simple solution to this would be to stop allowing reporters to follow the team into the locker room. why not have a staging area for interviews after the game, AFTER the players get dressed.
i bet they don't allow male reporter to follow women athletes into their locker rooms while they're changing ...:noidea:

steelmember beat me to it.Totally agree. And, I have no problem with the way she's dressed, as long as it's during her free time. If she wanted to be respected as a professional, she wouldn't dress that way for work.

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 08:02 PM
Totally agree. And, I have no problem with the way she's dressed, as long as it's during her free time. If she wanted to be respected as a professional, she wouldn't dress that way for work.

Thanks. It's nice to get some female support. LOL

Most of us guys don't stand for harassment but if you are going to place a little sexuality in your work, roll with the punches and take the comments as flattery.

I'm sure she would be the type to feel sad if she went to work and got absolutely no compliments, stares, or double takes. The next day she would come in wit TIGHTER jeans. lol

floodcitygirl
09-14-2010, 08:48 PM
Thanks. It's nice to get some female support. LOL

Most of us guys don't stand for harassment but if you are going to place a little sexuality in your work, roll with the punches and take the comments as flattery.

I'm sure she would be the type to feel sad if she went to work and got absolutely no compliments, stares, or double takes. The next day she would come in wit TIGHTER jeans. lolI agree all over again. If she wants to dress for work like she's going on a date, she should expect to receive the attention she's asking for. As far as the jeans getting any tighter....I'm not sure that's possible. :grin:

TackleMeBen
09-14-2010, 09:10 PM
exactly. Look at Sandy Romah...professional. There is no straight guy that will see that ass in those jeans and not THINK something. Maybe if they knew she would be offended they probably should not have SAID anything but if you feel harassed, don't dress like that. Simple. It's not professional attire for a reporter.
well if you are a reporter going into a football teams locker, you shouldnt dress like a ska nk ho.. be respectable and men will treat you with respect. its not hard to get that concept, unfortunely some women dont and when something happens to them or a comment is made they start screaming...

This is a bull@#$%. Ines Sainz bills herself as "the hottest reported in Mexico". She dresses like a ****. WTF is supposed to happen when that act gets near football players?

Put Jill Arrington, who BTW makes Sainz look like Wharf Avenue, in the same setting and there's no story.

Sainz does what she does for publicity. End of story. The pinheads in our "media" in their endless quest to manufacture "news" take what should be a no-story and run with it on the basis of some bull@#$% indiscretion. Get the @#$% over it.
+1 :thumbsup:

Thanks. It's nice to get some female support. LOL

Most of us guys don't stand for harassment but if you are going to place a little sexuality in your work, roll with the punches and take the comments as flattery.

I'm sure she would be the type to feel sad if she went to work and got absolutely no compliments, stares, or double takes. The next day she would come in wit TIGHTER jeans. lol
exactly.

SteelKnight
09-14-2010, 11:56 PM
full comments (http://voices.washingtonpost.com/dcsportsbog/2010/09/clinton_portis_on_ines_sainz_s.html), but Portis essentially offered something of a defense for the Jets' players and their alleged behavior.
"I think men are gonna tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman," Portis said on "The Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner," his first weekly appearance of the season.
[B]"You put a woman and you give her a choice of 53 athletes, somebody got to be appealing to her," he said. "You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she's gonna want somebody. I don't know what kind of woman won't, if you get to go and look at 53 men's packages. And you're just sitting here, saying, 'Oh, none of this is attractive to me.' I know you're doing a job, but at the same time, the same way I'm gonna cut my eye if I see somebody worth talking to, I'm sure they do the same thing."
:toofunny:


I was going to let this rest but I just saw NFL Total Access and I got upset. Basically I agree with Portis. Greg Aiello is a fake nerdy PC tool who is just trying to avoid an influx of letters from women fans. That female reporter that said the comments are indefenseable is corney. She told her sob story of how females in the past were not allowed in the male's locker room so they were deprived a chance to make a living. Can I be a reporter for the Victoria secret's locker room?

Portis was trying to be real and be funny at the same time. He was basically silenced. People are not allowed to give their real feelings on the issue.

You know everyone was afraid to mention her clothes because some idiot would say "Are you saying the way a woman dresses gives lisence to blah blah?" The oerson would probably be fired.

Whatever. We fans are not under the stiff hand of Goodell. We can speak the truth.

What bothers me is I bet some reporters have given smiles, winks and even hooked up with some players.

From now on the locker room reporters should have a dress code. That should include professional business atire. That's my opinion.

tony hipchest
09-15-2010, 12:19 AM
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines-sainz3.jpg

.

seriously...

i would lick that booty hole.

i would be like dhani jones in the locker room up in that m-f'er and lick it until it didnt smell no more.

"LETS PLAY!"

WAyTDjTatIw

:toofunny: j/k (sort of)

SteelKnight
09-15-2010, 01:41 AM
seriously...

i would lick that booty hole.

i would be like dhani jones in the locker room up in that m-f'er and lick it until it didnt smell no more.

"LETS PLAY!"



:toofunny: j/k (sort of)

I'm not going to lie that she might have the best ass in jeans that I've seen and I usually think guys obsess way too much over junk in the trunk (chest man here).

I would be worried that the moderators would kick me off for harassment but then again...you're a moderator...lol:sofunny:

I bet when they show Goodell the pictures, he will say "Nice Ass" in his head. lol

MasterOfPuppets
09-15-2010, 01:46 AM
seriously...

i would lick that booty hole.

i would be like dhani jones in the locker room up in that m-f'er and lick it until it didnt smell no more.


ewwwww..your a sewer chewer ...http://smiliesftw.com/x/ass_licker.gif

SteelKnight
09-15-2010, 01:50 AM
The itch is back at it.

According to a report by Lori Ziganto of The Hot Air Green Room, Sainz was not going to pursue charges against the team and was simply going to let the matter slide. However, at the urging of the "media and "womens groups", like the Association for Women in Sports Media. And the ever annoying and always wrong Joy Behar," wrote Ziganto, Sainz decided to proceed.



NFL officials are involved in the alleged case and on Sunday, asked Sainz to explain to them what exactly had happened. Sainz is confident that the NFL will punish those responsible if they deem they did the young reporter wrong.

By Monday evening Woody Johnson, New York Jets owner, apologized to Sainz according to a report in the New York Daily Times.

SteelersinCA
09-15-2010, 01:50 AM
Men are not allowed into women's locker rooms. Not that any would want to go into a WNBA locker room, but they are not allowed. Just throwing that out there.

SteelKnight
09-15-2010, 01:55 AM
Men are not allowed into women's locker rooms. Not that any would want to go into a WNBA locker room, but they are not allowed. Just throwing that out there.

I know, frankly, i wouldn't want hot women in my locker room while I was changing if I am not allowed to even look. Keep them outside.

I bet you seh was a nanny when she was younger...lol

They were just trying to flatter her during the practice by throwing balls next to her.

If she proceeds with this lawsuit (or charges...whatever) I will have no respect for her.

SteelKnight
09-15-2010, 02:08 AM
Maybe the Jets had seen her nude photos!

She doesn't even wear her wedding ring. Who knew she was a married mother of 3?


phone the married mother of three on Sunday and offer her an "open apology."

Johnson told ESPNNewYork.com that players would be grilled today about their conduct toward Sainz -- who has described herself as "the hottest sports reporter in Mexico" and posed nude for a magazine earlier this year.



Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/sexes_ohs_at_jets_game_CWCvoSMJGeGxSp33GJoAxO#ixzz 0zZklWjHF

Wallace108
09-15-2010, 02:11 AM
She doesn't even wear her wedding ring

She has fingers? I didn't even notice. :noidea:

SteelKnight
09-15-2010, 06:49 PM
She has fingers? I didn't even notice. :noidea:

Oh...my bad on her not wearing a wedding band. There is a cultural difference.

It depends on the country you live in. In the United States, traditionally men and women wear their wedding band on their left ring finger. In Mexico however the wedding ring is worn on the right hand. Traditions vary all over the world, usually based on a person's religion.

She wears one on her right hand. I'm not saying it is an excuse but I believe the guys would have been a little more respectful had they known she was married (TAKEN). Most guys try not to hit on somebody's wife.

steelax04
09-16-2010, 09:21 AM
The itch is back at it.

According to a report by Lori Ziganto of The Hot Air Green Room, Sainz was not going to pursue charges against the team and was simply going to let the matter slide. However, at the urging of the "media and "womens groups", like the Association for Women in Sports Media. And the ever annoying and always wrong Joy Behar," wrote Ziganto, Sainz decided to proceed.



NFL officials are involved in the alleged case and on Sunday, asked Sainz to explain to them what exactly had happened. Sainz is confident that the NFL will punish those responsible if they deem they did the young reporter wrong.

By Monday evening Woody Johnson, New York Jets owner, apologized to Sainz according to a report in the New York Daily Times.

This right here should drive the NFL into banning ALL reporters from the locker rooms. If you don't want trouble like this then stop it at the source.

SteelKnight
09-18-2010, 03:00 AM
Just to update...basically the reporter is saying everything was kosher and there were no problems. She's been paid off. lol She's smart...I guess she's watching er reputation.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000d5d81a9cf8a/article/nfl-responds-to-tv-reporter-incident-starts-training-program?module=HP_headlines

mesaSteeler
09-18-2010, 09:56 AM
Exactly.

Which article of clothing waived her right to expect to be treated with respect?

Clothes, or lack of them, are a form of non verbal communication.

She is dressing in an unprofessional manner so why should she be treated with respect? If she dress like "HO" I'm not surprised she gets treated like "HO" particularly in a locker room.

Why should she be treated with respect as a reporter when is she out there advertising her T&A in a desperate bid for attention in front on bunch rich, mostly naked, men who just got out of shower?

If she wants respect then she be a good reporter and not dress like a street "ho". There is a time and place for everything including proper clothing in the right venue.

It's no different for me. If I give a presentation on the plans for 50 million dollar roadway project and I dress like a slob then I'm not going to earn the respect of the client. I'd also hear about from my boss in no uncertain terms.

I think this "reporter" is after something else rather than a story. I think she trying get to get a big payday by conning one of the players into marriage. That's why she dresses as a "ho". She wants their attention and not as a reporter. If I were a player I'd be mad as hell over a "reporter" masquerading in this way in the damn locker room.

SteelKnight
09-18-2010, 03:37 PM
I think this "reporter" is after something else rather than a story. I think she trying get to get a big payday by conning one of the players into marriage. That's why she dresses as a "ho". She wants their attention and not as a reporter. If I were a player I'd be mad as hell over a "reporter" masquerading in this way in the damn locker room.

The funny thing is it turns out she is married. I was confused too so I know the players were confused. It is a cultural mix-up. Apparently in Mexico they wear their wedding rings on their right hand. I'm sure the players looked at her hand before they decided to flirt with her. Had they known she was married, I'm pretty sure MOST would have toned it down or would not have been interested.

I'm not saying that single women deserve blah but it is just a matter of respecting a wife and mother that most guys appreciate...respecting the bond of marriage.

I was thinking the Jets coaching staff should do a joke on the players and hire a girl who barely has anything on to be a fake reporter and see how the players have to keep their mouths shut...lol That would be funny to see their faces and reactions. The problem is Goodell would probably get mad and say they didn't take his investigation seriously so they can't do it. lol Too bad.

SacknificentStew56
09-19-2010, 05:17 AM
First of all, if there wasn't any verbal disrespect or unwanted physical contact, then why make such a BIG deal out of this. A wink, whistle, and certain jokes happen by meen everywhere when they see a nice looking woman. Secondly, I think it should go both ways by letting men into female locker rooms and see how they feel. If they don't want to go that route (which we all know they won't), then have the media BIG wigs to keep their female reporters away from the locker room at all costs.

SacknificentStew56
09-19-2010, 05:33 AM
They initially laid the egg!!!

Can 'hottest sports reporter' have it both ways?

On Sept. 17, 1990, a woman named Lisa Olson was sexually harassed in the Patriots locker room, where she was working as a beat writer for the Boston Herald.

I’ll spare you the details, though the offenses arguably rose to a level of criminal conduct. It’s enough to cite a former Watergate prosecutor who conducted the NFL’s investigation, concluding that the events of that day left Olson “degraded and humiliated.”

Then the real harassment started. There were death threats and slashed tires. The then-owner of the Patriots called her a “bitch.” It got so bad she left the country, an exile that lasted until 1998 when, I’m obliged to mention, we became colleagues at the New York Daily News.

Now, almost 20 years later to the day, there’s a new poster woman for sexual harassment in the locker room. Her name is Ines Sainz, a reporter for Azteca TV who calls herself “the hottest sports reporter in Mexico.” But unlike Olson, who went into exile, Sainz went on CNN and Joy Behar.

In other words, whatever happened didn’t hurt her career. Actually, within hours of this posting, I fully expect Sainz to announce her appearance on “Dancing with the Stars.”

steeltheone
09-19-2010, 09:56 AM
Well then...I think guy reporters should be allowed in female lockerrooms!

Fire Arians
09-19-2010, 10:04 AM
she's got like, a perfect ass lol

http://uniquepiss.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/ines-sainz3.jpg

TazmanianTroy
09-19-2010, 12:23 PM
Everybody...players included...have a choice as to how to respond to scantily clad females...reporters or whatever their position.

If one does not know how to control their mouth, then maybe they should try the old moving of the eyeball in the socket. "Aversion of the eye."

In other words, if you know looking at scantily clad females will bring an inappropriate response from you, then move your eye, (they do rotate you know...God designed them that way)...and look at some wallpaper, the ceiling, the floor, your playbook, your socks.

The possibilities are endless. :wink:

theplatypus
09-19-2010, 12:33 PM
People seem to forget that the vast majority of NFL players aren't exactly what you would call pillars of society.

TazmanianTroy
09-19-2010, 12:37 PM
People seem to forget that the vast majority of NFL players aren't exactly what you would call pillars of society.

Some of them, more than a few are.

Look at how unselfish Carnell Lake was to the team.

Kurt Warner's story strikes a nerve personally.

For every Plaxico Burress, I believe there are also players who do good things, both on and off the field.

theplatypus
09-19-2010, 12:39 PM
Some of them, more than a few are.

Look at how unselfish Carnell Lake was to the team.

Kurt Warner's story strikes a nerve personally.

For every Plaxico Burress, I believe there are also players who do good things, both on and off the field.

But they are the anomaly, not the norm.

STEELtownHAVOX
09-19-2010, 12:40 PM
Se had the nerve to say she was uncomfortable...lol
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines-sainz3.jpg

I hope Goodell does the right thing and clear the Jets. If not, none of the teams should welcome this B to their locker room or even sidelines.

wow

steeltheone
09-19-2010, 12:44 PM
Let the guy reporters in the ladies lockerrooms!

fer522
09-19-2010, 01:37 PM
guys thats not what happened, while on the field they were throwing passes in her direction which she said she had no problems with and once she was in the locker room guys were whistling and saying stuff and what she did was lower her head and waited for sanchez to interview him, while shes waiting another female reporter approached her and she apologized for the guys behavior she was still ok had no problems with that, mark came out did the interview she left and the next day she found out that she had been harased and everything went on from there but she never said anything it must have been the other female reporter
i heard this from her in an interview she did with tv azteca in mexico:wave:
:tt03:
:tt03:

Fire Arians
09-19-2010, 02:35 PM
she's ****ing hot.

fer522
09-19-2010, 02:54 PM
she's ****ing hot.


hell yeah:wave:
:tt03:

truesteelerfan
09-19-2010, 04:27 PM
Can u imagine- how would women react if male reporters were allowed in the womens locker rooms?

Fire Arians
09-19-2010, 04:28 PM
Se had the nerve to say she was uncomfortable...lol
http://urbansportstalk.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ines-sainz3.jpg

I hope Goodell does the right thing and clear the Jets. If not, none of the teams should welcome this B to their locker room or even sidelines.

excuse me beavis but i must choke my chicken

fer522
09-19-2010, 10:19 PM
-excuse me beavis but i must choke my chicken i done did it bro:wave:
:tt03:

Stu Pidasso
09-19-2010, 11:54 PM
They initially laid the egg!!!

Can 'hottest sports reporter' have it both ways?

On Sept. 17, 1990, a woman named Lisa Olson was sexually harassed in the Patriots locker room, where she was working as a beat writer for the Boston Herald.

I’ll spare you the details, though the offenses arguably rose to a level of criminal conduct. It’s enough to cite a former Watergate prosecutor who conducted the NFL’s investigation, concluding that the events of that day left Olson “degraded and humiliated.”

Then the real harassment started. There were death threats and slashed tires. The then-owner of the Patriots called her a “bitch.” It got so bad she left the country, an exile that lasted until 1998 when, I’m obliged to mention, we became colleagues at the New York Daily News.

Now, almost 20 years later to the day, there’s a new poster woman for sexual harassment in the locker room. Her name is Ines Sainz, a reporter for Azteca TV who calls herself “the hottest sports reporter in Mexico.” But unlike Olson, who went into exile, Sainz went on CNN and Joy Behar.

In other words, whatever happened didn’t hurt her career. Actually, within hours of this posting, I fully expect Sainz to announce her appearance on “Dancing with the Stars.”

PLEASE PLEASE someone find me a link to this news story. PLEASE?!?!?!?

MasterOfPuppets
09-20-2010, 12:11 AM
PLEASE PLEASE someone find me a link to this news story. PLEASE?!?!?!?
http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/ines-sainz-hottest-sports-reporter-double-standard-with-new-york-jets-091410

SteelKnight
09-21-2010, 08:28 AM
PLEASE PLEASE someone find me a link to this news story. PLEASE?!?!?!?

In the future, to find a link, all you have to do is copy a unique sentence in the story (or a couple of sentences in a row) into Google and it will locate the full story.