Poll: 86% Of NFL Players Okay With Gay Teammate

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Poll: 86% Of NFL Players Okay With Gay Teammate

ESPN conducted a poll of current NFL players regarding their thoughts on having a gay teammate and found that out of the 51 respondents, 86 percent don’t care about their teammates’ sexual orientation. What do you think?

  • “The NFL is basically Europe in a lot of ways.”

    Don Woodvine
    Ice Cutter
  • “Wow, it takes strength to stand up and say ‘I don’t care’ like that.”

    Marybeth Glover
    Field Producer
  • “Man, the brain damage has really gotten to them.”

    Griffin Schofield
    Organic Farmer