Inés Sainz Not Offended By NY Jets' Alleged Sexually Harassing Behavior

Ronald MonestimeCorrespondent ISeptember 13, 2010

As reported here, a complaint was made by the Association for Women in Sports Media against the New York Jets, citing sexually harassing behavior directed toward Mexican television reporter Inés Sainz at Saturday’s team practice and in the locker room afterwards.

In response, the National Football League has launched an investigation to verify the complaint’s legitimacy. Meanwhile, team officials are doing everything within their power to diffuse the situation as expeditiously and painlessly as possible.

However, less than one day later, Sainz provided new perspective on an incident that has taken much of the focus away from Gang Green’s Monday Night Football home opener at the new Meadowlands Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens.

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