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Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. NFL Network gaffe that showed several naked Bengals players has reignited debate about journalists in the locker room. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
After the Bengals the beat the Bills on Sundaythe NFL Network headed into the Cincinnati locker room where they took the idea of a "revealing postgame interview" to a whole new level. The naked Bengals were on screen for about 45 seconds before someone at NFL Network realized that showing naked players on live TV probably isn't a good idea. When the interview cut back to the NFL Network studio, the hosts were very aware of what had just happened.
Head here to see the clip as it aired slightly NSFW. I often feel so vanilla for my odd behaviors. But boy do I love dem white boys. Xzamilio : Forget that!
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One more step: you will receive an email shortly. You must click on the link in that email to activate your subscription to the ticket. Officially speaking, credentialed reporters are allowed to conduct interviews in the locker room after a minute "cooling off" period, although things only looked like they were heating up by the Bengals' clubhouse.
Cover yourself properly when the cameras are around, don't pretend you don't know that they're looking at you and just protect yourself. I think we're old enough to understand that the cameras are there and to put clothes on in a timely fashion. Some NFL players, however, would disagree with Cruz.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Bengals player wants to limit media access after players were exposed on NFL Network. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
Zing, nailed it. We're talking of course about the NFL Network airing a post-game interview in the Cincinnati Bengals locker room that featured lots of giant football players walking around without pants on. Butts everywhere!
The wife of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback AJ McCarron took to Twitter to blast the NFL Network after it aired a locker room interview that showed nude players walking to and from the showers in the background. How is this ok? What about female reporters required to get an interview? No missing the point.