Ines Sainz

October 15, 2010 by staff 

Ines Sainz, The sports journalist who endured boos and wolf whistles from Jets players said that she is back at the margin – but stay out of the locker room.

Ines Sainz, a journalist for TV Azteca in Mexico, announced Thursday it is ready to return to work after taking a month off to re-ride that led to an investigation by the NFL.

“I look good, but that does not make me any less dedicated to the world of sports journalism,” Sainz wrote in a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

At a press conference in California, 32 years Sainz said she plans to return to work next week interviewing players on the field or sidelines.

“I’m not going into the locker room more,” said Sainz. “It’s not a good place right now for me. I do not want to be there. ”

Sainz said his first task would be to interview members of the Pittsburgh Steelers – including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is back from suspension after being accused of sexually assaulting a college student of Georgia. Roethlisberger was not charged.

Sainz was found in the spotlight Sept. 11, when she attended a practice interview the Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. Meanwhile interviews, other players and football coaches started to throw in his direction hoping to get closer to her.

In the locker room, the boorish behavior continued with boos and whistles that she said made her feel “uncomfortable.”

She said she hopes one day to interview players Jets again.

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