ines sainz Ines Sainz accuses New York Jets of harassmentThe NFL is investigating claims from a TV Azteca television reporter that she was subjected to harassment while covering a New York Jets practice over the weekend.

Ines Sainz, who has called herself the “hottest sports report in Mexico” was wearing jeans with a white shirt and black boots to do her story on Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez on Saturday (Sept. 11).

She says that while there, coaches Rex Ryan and Dennis Thurman went out of their way to overthrow passes during a training drill so that the ball would land near Sainz, and that when she was in the locker room later several players made called out and made suggestive comments to her.

]]>Woody Johnson, had called Sainz to express that it is expect that all members of the organization “conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times.” Follow Zap2it on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest movies, TV and celeb news.

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