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New York Jets Huddle Up to Some Basic Media Rules

There is absolutely nothing wrong with a pro sports team media relations department trying to coach players on how to handle a press conference or locker room interview. However, when such guidance is printed up as a laminated cheat sheet and shared via Twitter by a sports reporter, well, mocking media X’s and O’s are pretty much assured.

Photo evidence of the laminated card was aired out last night by New York Daily News NFL/Jets reporter Manish Mehta. Here’s the front:

The suggested “Media Bridges” are all pretty civil. In other words, there’s nothing on the front or back along the lines of – “Who do I look like; A-Rod!?”

[Image courtesy: @MMehtaNYDN]

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