New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, assistant coach Dennis Thurman and some players are being investigated by the NFL after TV correspondent Ines Sainz complained about players catcalling her in the locker room while she was waiting to interview quarterback Mark Sanchez on Saturday. Sainz, a former Miss Spain who calls herself "the hottest sports reporter in Mexico," also says that during practice, Ryan and Thurman purposely overthrew passes so they would land near her.

In a series of Twitter posts, Sainz said, she was "dying of embarrassment" waiting in the locker room. "There is lots of male hormone in this environment... I’m sorry, not even joking would I take a picture of this. I don’t even dare to turn around." She later posted a picture herself at the practice, to show that she was not "inappropriately dressed." And today she tweeted, "Thanks everyone for your support. I already spoke to the NFL, which will decide if there will or will not be consequences. I can say that at the time I didn't want to pay attention to what was happening but the rest of the media heard clearly and in solidarity have denounced what happened."

Yesterday the Jets released a statement saying that they "will continue to work with the League to gather the facts and take any appropriate steps necessary to maintain a respectful environment for the media. The New York Jets believe that reporters have a job to do, and it is our obligation to provide them with proper and professional access. [Team owner] Woody Johnson spoke with Ines Sainz of TV Azteca today to discuss the time she spent covering the team yesterday. He stressed to Ines that he expects all members of the Jets organization to conduct themselves in a professional manner at all times."

And Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum called Joanne Gerstner, a board member of the Association for Women in Sports Media, on Sunday to discuss the matter, and the AP reports that they're scheduling "an educational and awareness session with the team."