Watch this 180. My guess is - two piece suit with loose fitting pants and high collar shirt.
This is a total joke & I will just re-post my original thoughts on the matter since it doesn't warrant me wasting my extremely valuable time. Again.
Women or any pencil jockey for that matter shouldn't be in "the locker room" while the players are trying to wind down from a game, win or lose. That's what "After The Game Media Pressers" are for.
My suggestion - If any reporter wants to grab "a scoop" with an individual player or players, there should be a designated area outside the locker room where the player can meet with the reporter(s) for a few minutes before heading to the team bus and/or their car.
As for this isolated incident, sorry lady, you can't have it both ways.
This woman reporter is wearing jeans that are painted on her ass and has no problem posing in teenie bikini for cash pics. To most normal people including Kris Jenkins who is a married man with daughters, the message is loud and clear. If you sell yourself cheap & come off like a $3 hooker, then don't be surprised if people don't take you seriously, especially as an NFL sports journalist.
While I am not condoning any arrogant or bad behavior here, I'm thinking maybe a few of the NYJ players found it kind of insulting that they were being treated like mindless slabs of beef. I'll bet she doesn't even know the 1st thing about the NY Jets, couldn't pick Darrelle Revis out of a line up and was only there because the team is the flavor of the day.