Jets Behave Badly In Presence of Female Reporter

The presence of a female reporter from TV Azteca at New York Jets practice has reportedly caused members of team and coaching staff to behave in an unprofessional manner, Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reports.

"(New York Post reporter Bill) Hubbuch said that defensive backs coach Dennis Thurman was reportedly overthrowing players in drills so that they could "accidentally" run into her. Hubbuch also says that at one point linebacker Jason Taylor volunteered to take reps in the drill."

Florio adds that in the locker room, players behaved "like construction workers and/or prison inmates".

What is concerning about this report is that there are females who cover the Jets on a daily basis for various New York media outlets, so you'd think that the players would be unaffected by the presence of a female reporter at a practice. Then again, as the "Hard Knocks" series showed, all it takes is a couple of cheeseburgers for the Jets' defensive backs to behave like jackasses.

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September 13, 2010 at 05:13 pm

It's the frat boy image that that fat swine coach likes to project. I hope we kick there ass when we play them in NY.

How long can their coach live carrying around 300 extra pounds?

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