“We are pleased with the resolution of this matter. The NFL performed its due diligence, completing a thorough investigation and determining what occurred. Now, it has reaffirmed its locker-room access policy as well as announced the creation of a league-wide training program that will be in consultation with AWSM.
“The reaffirmation of the locker-room access policy strongly reinforces that equal access is supported by law. Since 1985, the NFL and other professional sports leagues have had league-wide policies ensuring equal access for reporters. We appreciate the NFL’s renewed commitment to equality for all credentialed reporters.
“The creation of the league-wide training program is a fantastic opportunity for AWSM to share its message of respectful and professional treatment for all women in sports media. We have advocated for this since our inception. We look forward to further dialogue with the NFL and all of its 32 teams. This is a chance to use this as a teaching moment that will benefit female reporters now and for years to come.
“Both the NFL and the Jets have been responsive to our concerns from the beginning, and we appreciate their timely and just resolution to this matter.
“AWSM remains steadfast in its long-standing commitment to ensure all women in sports media are treated respectfully, equally and professionally.”