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Ines Sainz Paints Surprising Picture for Tom Brady

Posted: January 12th, 2011 in Ines Sainz by LALATE

 Ines Sainz Paints Surprising Picture for Tom Brady


NEW YORK (LALATE) – Ines Sainz (photos below) began the season with the Jet’s first scandal. But now Ines Sainz, after a season in which the Jets have battled her locker room issues, Brett Favre’s texting of Jenn Sterger, and feet allegations against Rex Ryan’s wife Michelle, Ines Sainz is back …. with a prediction.

Sainz thinks Tom Brady is going to lose this weekend and the Jets are going to go on and win the Super Bowl.

Ines Sainz was the TV Azteca reporter who prompted Roger Goodell’s first Jets investigation this season. Ines Sainz’s news coverage had included words like “harassment”, “catcalls”, and “offensive comments.” But Goodell ultimately found that not to be the case. Sainz said that the Jets locker room situation was  a joking environment, even though it was unprofessional.

Now Ines Sainz is back predicting Tom Brady to lose this weekend. Sainz will of course be covering the game, and the Super Bowl. She previously covered the Antonio Margarito – Manny Pacquiao fight. For that fight, she predicted Pacquiao to lose. Now she’s predicting against Tom Brady.

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Sainz tells Steppin Out Magazine “[The Jets] are like a star in the movies. They win games you truly believe they are going to lose. truly believe they have the best chance to win the Super Bowl. I think Mark Sanchez will do it!”

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Sainz also has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. With graduate degrees in tax law and sports business  administration, Sainz has previously covered 2004 Olympics in Athens, the past six Super Bowls and the ATP’s World Tour Masters.  But Sainz late last year turned down an offer to pose in Playboy, unlike Jenn Sterger.

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Sainz and Goodell both ultimately found that the TV Azteca reporter was able to do her job in the Jets locker room despite the Jets behavior. Goodell said “Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her, and that nobody had difficulty doing his or her job.”







Ines Sainz Boots Playboy, Books Manny Pacquiao

Posted: October 14th, 2010 in Ines Sainz by LALATE

Ines Sainz Boots Playboy and Books Pacquiao


LAS VEGAS (LALATE) – Playboy isn’t getting Ines Sainz, Manny Pacquiao is. Ines Sainz turned down a Playboy pictures offer today. Also not in her future are locker room interviews. Sainz with TV Azteca will be “returning to work next week” and will be interviewing Steelers team members. And while Ben Roethlisberger is next on her agenda, she admits she won’t be doing lock room interviews anymore.

At a press conference today, Sainz told news that Playboy doesn’t interest her. But days earlier, Sainz informed news she is joining the Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito fight coverage. Top Rank has confirmed that “international television sports reporter” as they refer to Sainz has inked a deal to provide “daily fight week reports”. She will be part of the broadcasters assigned to the Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito World Super Welterweight Championship. That match will be Saturday, November 13.

“Inés will be a valuable addition in providing sports fans unique stories on the fighters and the event during fight week and the fight broadcast itself that we have never had before,” said Todd duBoef, president of Top Rank. “Inasmuch as she is bilingual and has the experience of covering major sporting events worldwide and has interviewed the top athletes in those events, she will help enhance our coverage of Pacquiao vs. Margarito and attract a wider audience to the sport of boxing. Top Rank feels very fortunate to have her for this event.”

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DuBoef tells news that Sainz also has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. With graduate degrees in tax law and sports business administration, Sainz has previously covered 2004 Olympics in Athens, the past six Super Bowls and the ATP’s World Tour Masters. Top Rank will promote the fight with MP Promotions, Cowboys Stadium and Tecate.

Earlier this fall, Sainz said of the Jets controversy “In my perception, at no moment I felt neither attacked, nor that something rude was being done about me. I went into the lockers and there were comments and games. A fellow journalist told me that he was very sorry things like that were happening, in the surrounding areas where, evidently, there were jokes being made about me.”

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NFL Commission Roger Goodell said of the New York Jets incident that “Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her, and that nobody had difficulty doing his or her job.” “She also advised in her interviews that she had not seen or heard any catcalls, sexually explicit or offensive comments or gestures directed at her, and did not believe she was subjected to any improper conduct.”

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Ines Sainz Playboy PHOTOS

Posted: October 1st, 2010 in Ines Sainz, Playboy by LALATE

Ines Sainz Playboy PHOTOS


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Ines Sainz (photos below) could appear in Playboy. Oreally? Ines Sainz Playboy pictures won’t be that easy, however. That’s because TV Azteca reportedly prohibits its talent from posing sin ropas. Of course, broadcasting in skin tight stretch hotpants is completely allowed.

Playboy has reportedly made the offer to the “Jets reporter” as Sainz was dubbed in week one of the NFL season. Sainz has yet to comment if she would take the Playboy offer or not. Yet, Sainz has previously appeared in countless bikini pictures.

If she agreed to such a spread, she might give Clinton Portis of the Redskins something to comment about, again.

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Portis has said “I think you put women reporters in the locker room in position to see guys walking around [unclothed], and you sit in the locker room with 53 guys, and all of the sudden you see a nice woman in the locker room. I think men are going to tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman.” And on the female reporter, Portis remarked “You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she’s going to want somebody.”

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And while he could have a magazine to flip through, Lance Briggs doesn’t think women should be in the locker room. “It shouldn’t be a big deal, period. This is the same place where grown men are taking showers, this the place where we [use the bathroom], and right outside of all these places we’re surrounded by media. As we’re drying off, we’re [unclothed] and trying to answer questions at the same time. It’s our realm. It’s our realm. The media has been welcomed into our realm. I’m not saying what happened there [in New York] is OK, but at the same time, maybe she didn’t belong in there.”

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In a finding, NFL Commission Roger Goodell said of the New York Jets incident that “Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her, and that nobody had difficulty doing his or her job.”

“She also advised in her interviews that she had not seen or heard any catcalls, sexually explicit or offensive comments or gestures directed at her, and did not believe she was subjected to any improper conduct.”

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Sainz said of the matter “It was definitely a joking tone, very amicable. I wasn’t offended.” Yet Sainz and Goodell concluded the environment was “unprofessional, uncomfortable, and disappointing.”

Ines Sainz Jets Probe Paints Surprising Picture

Posted: September 18th, 2010 in Ines Sainz, Jets by LALATE

Ines Sainz Jets Probe Paints Surprising Picture


NEW YORK (LALATE) – The Ines Sainz (pictures below) Jets probe  by Roger Goodell found on Friday far less Jets improper conduct than news has been reporting since the story broke one week ago. Ines Sainz’s news coverage has included words like “harassment”, “catcalls”, and “offensive comments.” But now Goodell reveals that neither the NFL nor Sainz felt that to be the case. In fact, Sainz now says it was a joking environment, even though it was unprofessional.

Ines Sainz, who now appears in new Esquire bikini pictures re-released this weekend (pics below), never used the word “harassment” in her description of the news events of last Saturday. Sainz, a TV Azteca reporter, also had never said she was touched and never heard catcalls.

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Roger Goodell’s findings released to news late Friday reveal that news coverage of Ines Sainz, and her accounts of the Jets events, were inaccurately detailed. Goodell made the conclusion that the Jets locker room exhibited “unprofessional conduct”.

So how did the media get the story so wrong? The NFL interviewed 17 individuals that were present in the locker room including Sainz. News reports last week had claimed Jets players saying “Eres muy guapa” at Sainz. One player was reported to have made a suggestive comment “with a Mexican”. Goodell found neither matter to have happened.

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In an interview with El Universal, Sainz said jokes were made about her. But to Goodell, she said nothing was improper. “A fellow journalist told me that he was very sorry things like that were happening, in the surrounding areas where, evidently, there were jokes being made about me.” But Goodell says Sainz told him she was not subjected to improper conduct. “She also advised in her interviews that she had not seen or heard any catcalls, sexually explicit or offensive comments or gestures directed at her, and did not believe she was subjected to any improper conduct.”

And how about catcalls? MSNBC and other news outlets this week caption photos for Sainz with the copy “Sainz. .. was the target of catcalls in the Jets locker room on Sept. 11″. But Sainz tells Goodell she did not hear “catcalls”. Moreover, “Sainz herself was unequivocal in saying both that no physical contact occurred, and that no player or other Jets staff member made any comment or gesture that could be construed as threatening, demeaning or offensive.”

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Harassment, offensive, catcalls? Such was not the case says Sainz. “It was definitely a joking tone, very amicable. I wasn’t offended.” Yet Sainz and Goodell concluded the environment was  “unprofessional, uncomfortable, and disappointing.”

Sainz and Goodell both agreed that the TV Azteca reporter was able to do her job. Godell says “Sainz did not appear concerned, disturbed or troubled by what was going on around her, and that nobody had difficulty doing his or her job.”

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Goodell made no comment about other remarks from players since the matter unfolded, namely those from Lance Briggs. Briggs had said “I meant no disrespect to [the NBC reporter or] any women in our locker room, because we’ve never had any problems in our locker room. The fact that there is an issue over a woman in the men’s locker room, to me is ridiculous. I don’t think there should ever be a problem in the men’s locker room. That’s our realm.”

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“It shouldn’t be a big deal, period. This is the same place where grown men are taking showers, this the place where we [use the bathroom], and right outside of all these places we’re surrounded by media. As we’re drying off, we’re * and trying to answer questions at the same time. It’s our realm. It’s our realm. The media has been welcomed into our realm. I’m not saying what happened there [in New York] is OK, but at the same time, maybe she didn’t belong in there.”

Lance Briggs Defends Ines Sainz Remarks

Posted: September 16th, 2010 in Ines Sainz by LALATE

Lance Briggs Defends Ines Sainz Remarks


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Ines Sainz (photos below) is not getting an apology from Lance Briggs of the Chicago Bears. For Ines Sainz, it’s another day and another team in a news story that is dominating more of the first week of the NFL than actual football coverage.

On Saturday, it was Jets players that made alleged harassing remarks at Sainz in a locker room facility. On Tuesday, it was Clinton Portis of the Redskins telling news his thoughts about women in the lockerroom, and issuing an apology thereafter. Wednesday it was Lance Briggs of the Bears making remarks about Sainz, female reporters, and locker rooms. But today, Briggs may it clear; he is not apologizing to Ines Sainz or any female reporter.

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On Tuesday, NFL Greg Aiello denounced Portis’ remarks swiftly as hideously unprofessional. “The comments are clearly inappropriate, offensive, and have no place in the NFL. We have contacted the Redskins and they will discuss the matter directly with Mr. Portis.” Portis’ remarks were like lines from a dating reality show. Portis said that if a an attractive female reporter enters a locker room, men will say something and she will probably find one of the guys attractive.

On the football players, Portis said “I think you put women reporters in the locker room in position to see guys walking around [unclothed], and you sit in the locker room with 53 guys, and all of the sudden you see a nice woman in the locker room. I think men are going to tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman.” And on the female reporter, Portis remarked “You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she’s going to want somebody.”

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Portis and the Redskins thereafter apologized. His remarks followed Jets comments at Sainz Saturday which included “Eres muy guapa!”

But today, Briggs is defending his remarks. He said that no female reporters should be in a men’s locker room. He said it’s “our realm”.  “This is the same place where grown men are taking showers, this the place where we [use the bathroom], and right outside of all these places we’re surrounded by media. As we’re drying off, we’re [unclothed] and trying to answer questions at the same time. It’s our realm. It’s our realm. The media has been welcomed into our realm. I’m not saying what happened there [in New York] is OK, but at the same time, maybe she didn’t belong in there.”

So what did Briggs mean by “our” realm? Today he explained “My statement is that the men’s locker room is for men. Just like the women’s locker room is for women.” He did not clarify is he thought male reporters should be granted access, or that if all reporters should be banned.

Ines Sainz Gets Clinton Portis Apology

Posted: September 15th, 2010 in Entertainment, Ines Sainz, Jets by LALATE

Ines Sainz Gets Clinton Portis Apology

NEW YORK (LALATE) – Ines Sainz (photos below) was the subject of Clinton Portis remarks Tuesday to news media. By evening, Ines Sainz, the TV Azteca reporter who suffered insults in a Jets locker room on Saturday, was the recipient of a new round of apologies from a different NFL team on Tuesday.

The Washington Redskins and the Clinton Portis gave their apology for Portis’ remarks about Ines Sainz and female reporters in general visiting NFL athletes in the locker room. Portis’ remarks were on 106.7 The Fan radio. Iin previous weeks Portis has tried to remain low and talk less to the news media this NFL season. That changed Tuesday when Portis put himself in the position to answer questions of the heated subject. The Fan radio asked Portis what it is like being in a locker room unclothed when a female reporter enters.

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Portis’ remarks were that, when put a  “nice woman”, “women reporters”, for a locker room with guys unclothed, men are going to say something to the women and the woman is going to find one of the 53 guy’s bodies attractive.

NFL Greg Aiello denounced the remarks swiftly as hideously unprofessional. “The comments are clearly inappropriate, offensive, and have no place in the NFL. We have contacted the Redskins and they will discuss the matter directly with Mr. Portis.”

In the Jets matter, Sainz now said she was told by Jets players “Eres muy guapa” among other remarks. Sainz defended her outfit as appropriate. “My body type might be the type that could stretch jeans a little.”

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On Tuesday, Portis had first told The Fan radio what he believed men would do in the locker room. “I think you put women reporters in the locker room in position to see guys walking around [unclothed], and you sit in the locker room with 53 guys, and all of the sudden you see a nice woman in the locker room. I think men are going to tend to turn and look and want to say something to that woman.”

Then Portis gave his thoughts about what female reporters are thinking. “You know, somebody got to spark her interest, or she’s going to want somebody. I don’t know what kind of woman won’t, if you get to go and look at 53 men’s [bodies]. I know you’re doing a job, but at the same time, the same way I’m going to cut my eye if I see somebody worth talking to, I’m sure they do the same thing.”

The Redskins quickly denounced Portis’ unprofessional remarks. Team officials told news that they will remind athletes that this is a profession and for them to remain “professional on the issues”. Portis later issued a a written apology for his remarks calling it a “tough job … we all have to work and act in a professional manner.”

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AWSM has previously said it will be holding educational meetings with Jets players and officials per a request from Jets executives on Monday. AWSM has yet to confirm any such discussions or requests for meetings from the Redskins. Sainz has not commented about the Portis remarks and apology. The NFL, while denouncing and investigating the Redskins and Jets matters, hasn’t yet told news of any plans for a league wide reminder to athelets of the policies about equal access granted to reporters in 1985 rule adoptions.








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