I read today's Herald, the actual newspaper believe it or not. The question of drawing a line in sports reporting came up. Farve's *****, Ryan's foot fetish, and now Sancez's dating a 17 year old were mentioned. There are countless others including W Allen, Merling, and the abandoned car on the interstate. Let's take the latest with Sanchez. He dated a 17 yead old. She had pics of his bedroom. It is legal in NY. She wanted to post the pics of his bedroom. Then changed her mind. Lot's Of Luck, posted anyway, no surprise. Then, the NY newspaper prints her name and high school. Where does it all end? I could not care less about any of the above, and have no interest in reading about it when I look to read and talk sports. On the other side, there are some funny "off topic" sports reports. A Rod is mad for TV showing his girlfriend feeding him popcorn, in the "privacy" of the Super Bowl . LMAO Vince Lombardi was arrested on Super Bowl Sunday. Yeah, a guy with the same name was breaking into a store. LOL My question is where everyone believes a line shoud be set or, is everything now fair game? When and where do people's privacy come into play? What now defines "sports" journalism?