Ines Sainz: Surely you’re familiar with her work – the reporter shows up at Super Bowl media day in ridiculous outfits; two years ago, she measured the biceps of Arizona’s Steve Breaston. Sainz showed up at Jets practice over the weekend to interview Mark Sanchez. The rest of the team, perhaps enamored with her looks, turned the practice facility into a frat house. From the New York Daily News: “she was bombarded with catcalls and boorish antics.” NY Post: “several players allegedly hooted and hollered when Sainz walked in.” The league is looking into it. A front-page controversy the day of the season opener against a Super Bowl contender … with the hated 1-0 Patriots coming to town next week? Awesome. When the Jets open 0-2 … [photo via Getty]
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