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‘TV Azteca’ Reporter Ines Sainz, “No” to NFL Locker Rooms and Playboy

October 15th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

‘TV Azteca’ Reporter Ines Sainz, “No” to NFL Locker Rooms and Playboy…Probably a good move.  Both decisions by TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz.

I’m sorry to be so blunt but there are certain places in America where men can be men.  That’s the locker room in team sports.  If there’s any place still available for the release of every bit of testosterone it’s the locker room.  From professional to Pop Warner, sometimes guys just want to be guys.

Period.

And from a career standpoint, making the decision to say no to Playboy Magazine and taking her clothes off, Ines Sainz made the right move.  It could be too late for the mother of three that thinks mini skirts are the dress of the day on an NFL football field.

Stupid.

Some women believe that they can wear anything they want, anywhere they want and it’s OK.  There are a lot of missing women who thought the same thing.  And there are a lot of women still here that made the wrong fashion statement and have paid for it in career and personal ways.

Ines Sainz

Ines Sainz

Ines Sainz will not be returning to any NFL locker rooms.  After her experience with the New York Jets the chances of her getting a decent interview in an NFL locker room is none to negative slim.  According to the Associated Press Sainz will now talk with NFL players on the field and on the sidelines.

She needs to get this mess behind her.

In addition she will not be doing a spread for Playboy Magazine.  That’s what my old boss would call a career-ender.  But at least she was smart enough to turn that opportunity down.

Name five women who have done Playboy spreads that you take seriously.

The incident with Sainz has prompted the NFL to put together a policy of conduct in the workplace for its players which means nothing.  We’re not talking about brain surgeons in the locker rooms of NFL teams.

This list is short and incomplete but once you read the names, these women are all pros.

Erin Andrews

Michelle Tafoya

Suzy Kolber

Pam Oliver

Bonnie Bernstein

Doris Burke

And not one of them wears mini skirts or tight jeans to work.

What’s even more disappointing is that here’s a woman of Latino descent, knowledgeable about sports, and she’s possibly ruined her career over what she wears at an NFL game.  Once again name five Latino females doing anything in network sports.

Rick Thomas

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