More than 1K without power in southern Warren County after overnight rain. 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. Whitworth took the subject matter to Twitter on Sunday night after the interview aired and addressed it with media Monday at Paul Brown Stadium. Media members currently have access to locker rooms in all the major male professional sports — including Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association. The WNBA also has an open locker room policy with a minute cooling off period following games.
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Since I watched hockey as a kid, it was always this way. Industrial-size hampers, home to growing mounds of moist practice jerseys, sit on each side of the cramped chamber in its Syosset, New York, training facility. Players tear off equipment at wooden cubbies bearing their names and numbers, laughing about how Mel Gibson got ribbed at the Golden Globes. A collage on the walls above them shows newspaper headlines and media coverage of famous victories, ringing the small dressing room like a halo. The media circus surrounding professional sports is fed in part by this particularly odd sort of press access. Team dressing rooms are typically open to journalists before or after practices and games. In return for players giving up some privacy, media get a one-stop shop for all the color their audiences could want, while franchises reap the marketing benefits of near-daily publicity. Like other working people, professional athletes want to leave the office when their shift ends, so they waste no time stripping down to hit the showers. Some of the best locker room reporting comes when the unthinkable happens, reminding us that these gods between the lines are just men and women outside of them. Two Sundays ago, for example, Minnesota Vikings kicker Blair Walsh missed a last-second chip shot that would have likely advanced his team to the next round of the NFL playoffs.
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The Bears locker room celebration briefly turned X-rated on Monday night after the team's win over the Redskins. After the game, Bears running back Tarik Cohen decided that he wanted to share the team's victory celebration on social media, so he started a video on Instagram Live. Of course, the problem with starting a postgame live stream from an NFL locker room is that at any given moment, there are usually multiple people walking around naked, and the Bears locker room was no exception. In the background of Cohen's video, you can see the offensive lineman stripping, and it didn't take long before he was fully in the buff. Cohen clearly didn't notice this, because yup, he kept filming, which is how you end up with a naked Bears player on the internet. Cohen has more than , followers on Instagram, and it's safe to say that if any of them were watching the video on Monday night, they probably got a little bit more than they expected.
One of the most well known church prophets stated that he would rather see his own child dead in their coffin than married outside the temple. In the long run, being married to a nonmember has made me a better person. Why Mormons are not racist.