Time for a media policy change!! There, five naked players surrounded a female reporter who was seated on a stool interviewing another player. Even the WNBA, the women's pro basketball league, has an open-locker room policy. Perhaps he'll soon find work as a game-preparation consultant. Still, most professional athletes also realize that allowing journalists into their sanctuary is a part of the job.
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Please upgrade your browser. NFL and baseball locker rooms open to journalists of both sexes and to cameras starting 10 minutes after a game. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys being sued The lawsuit accuses the Cowboys of conspiring with local police in Elliott's favor. Nor will that change any time soon. In Seattle, the story was a simpler version of sexism.
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Industrial-size hampers, home to growing mounds of moist practice jerseys, sit on each side of the cramped chamber in its Syosset, New York, training facility. Here the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals barred a female reporter from the locker room after the Seahawks upset the Bengals on Monday night television. Yes, I know, this is a sports journalism tradition. When the interview cut back to the NFL Network studio, the hosts were very aware of what had just happened. Thank you for signing up for the ticket newsletter!
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