Katherine Webb Goes Off…Over NFL Network Naked Interview

Katherine Webb was furious Monday night over what went down Sunday in the locker room during a Pacman Jones interview that aired on NFL Network. By now you’ve seen the video of naked Bengals players heading to the showers after beating the Bills 34-21 and going to 6-0. She doesn’t like the fact that her husband, third-string quarterback AJ McCarron’s ass and dong could’ve been shown on TV, which then would’ve been copied digitally and shared by the Internet.
Webb is fed up.

And Andrew Whitworth, a veteran Bengals offensive lineman is mad, too. He aired his frustration during Monday’s player interviews. Via Cincinnati.com:

“Being a guy that has been a player rep and a guy that’s always been against this policy, it’s a great example of why the open (locker) room policy is old and needs to change,” said Whitworth, who served as longtime Bengals representative with the NFL Players’ Association before giving up the title to Vinny Rey this year. “You can’t judge us off who we will and won’t accept into our locker room and then say all these things we have to do, but then also put us in a situation where every single day I have to change clothes and be naked or not in front of media. It’s just not right. There’s no office, there’s no other situation in America where you have to do that. It’s dated, it’s old and it needs to change.”

Look, they have a legit point. I don’t want to be sitting on my couch on a Sunday night before 60 Minutes and see some giant OL’s dong slapping me in the face. I don’t want to see those giant ass cheeks. I don’t need to see any of it. It shouldn’t be hard to figure out how to make this work for everyone involved. Make these guys stay clothed for 15 minutes after a game. Leave your compression shorts on. Bang out a few interviews and do your business.

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