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.
The NFL Network got a little more coverage than they hoped for in the Cincinnati Bengals locker room this past weekend. The network was interviewing Atlanta native Adam "Pacman" Jones in the Bengals' locker room when Jones' teammates started flashing the camera. Don't think his teammates didn't know the camera was there.
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Time for another edition of Waxing Off, the feature born of that venerable site The Black Table and carried over here and given a sporty new coat of paint. This week we've asked five talented female writers to ruminate on: Strange encounters with lockerroom dong. By the way, if you'd like to become a member of the Waxing Off writing staff, give me a holler at Rick Deadspin.
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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!
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.
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Just minutes after the Bengals' win, NFL Network reporter Albert Breer was interviewing cornerback Adam Jones when a few of Jones' teammates were caught on camera changing behind him or walking toward the showers. The interview lasted for about a minute, and completely undressed players were seen in the background throughout. Although the interview appeared in a live postgame show, the segment was taped. When the network moved from the interview to a full-screen graphic outlining quarterback Andy Dalton 's strong play this season, the show's anchors were clearly aghast.