However, he said there are plenty of other places to conduct media interviews and pointed out that most of the coaches do interviews in the hallway after practice, which could be an option for players as well. The networks and national press demand comment from Edward Kennedy and Jesse Helms. We deserve all the things we want, as well. Sean Considine [PhiladelphiaEagles. The interview format is believed to have been popularized around mid-century by Dick Young, a New York Daily News sportswriter. There's no other situation in America where you have to do that.
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He said, 'Over my dead body are you going into my locker room. So, when Don Cherry allowed accredited female hockey writers into the dressing room, he was essentially saying, 'Robin can go in. Visitors' dressing rooms, especially in older venues, were often purposely cramped and poorly laid out, creating awkward angles and little comfort or privacy. If you're not watching NFL games, now you know what you've been missing. They laughed manically and hit the showers. Don Cherry thinks that women should not be in locker rooms for this reason — but we all choose what we can live with and how we want to handle it. One afternoon, taking a shortcut to catch a visiting team's practice, I accidentally walked in on a small group of athletes, long after practice and the dressing room had closed to reporters.
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The WNBA also has an open locker room policy with a minute cooling off period following games. Get Queerty Daily Subscribe to Queerty for a daily dose of football lockerroom nfl stories and more. M J Martinez Crogan too late, taken down. Policeman finds out Guy has large P. Andrew Whitworth has spoken up against media access to NFL locker rooms before, but his voice on the subject might be growing a little louder now.