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Don’t expect any slack Dan Leberfeld

When it comes to the Jets-TV Azteca scandal, don’t expect any fairness from the media.

They are all going to pile on the Jets. There is no wiggle room here as far as they are concerned.

I want you to think about what happened for one second in an objective way.

In Saturday’s practice, players see a stunning, former Miss Universe contentest, in a sexy outfit, on the sidelines. So in the early part of practice, some coaches threw a few passes towards where she is standing, so a few players can look at her.

They were just having fun. And remember, they were on the field, and she was off of it, so they kept their distance.

They didn’t say anything, they just wanted to see this woman up close.

Then, when the players enter the locker room after practice, this stunning woman is standing there, and some players, kind of shocked to be greeted by such a sight in their clubhouse, let out some ooh’s and aah’s, and various sundry noises.

Nothing derogatory was said, just a few “wow” type reactions.

That is it. End of story.

If the media is going to make this into a heinous crime, go for it.

Should some Jets players and coaches have handled things a little differently on Saturday? Of course.

But nothing terrible happened.

This has become a national story because one reporter foolishly decided to tweet it.

There is very little to this, but don’t expect that to stop some holy-than-though members of the media to pounce on it.

And write about the frat-boy atmosphere Rex has created.

Knock yourselves out.