Jets owner Woody Johnson, addressing the alleged harassment of a female television reporter Saturday at practice, says that the team will begin interviewing players as part of its investigation with the league office. "Right now, we're working with the league and we're doing all the fact finding, checking the facts, doing the interviews," Johnson said. "Interviews with the players will start [Tuesday]. We've talked to some of the non-players, but [Tuesday] we'll get into it all." The NFL is looking into a complaint made by the Association for Women in Sports Media against the Jets after Mexican reporter Ines Sainz reportedly was subjected to footballs being thrown in her direction at practice and, later, players' catcalls inside the locker room.
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