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Topic - Ines Sainz
The NFL is condemning remarks made by Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis concerning female reporters in the locker room.
A reporter for a Mexican TV network says on her Twitter account she felt "very uncomfortable!" at a Jets practice Saturday where a coach appeared to throw footballs in her direction and players called out to her in the locker room.
After a summer in the spotlight, the Jets are under scrutiny again.
The NFL is looking into how a female television reporter was treated at New York Jets practice Saturday.
Sainz says on her Twitter account she felt "very uncomfortable!" at a Jets practice Saturday where a coach appeared to throw footballs in her direction and players called out to her in the locker room.
She said the Jets made her uncomfortable in their locker room.