Kansas State tackle, NFL prospect Scott Frantz comes out as gay

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Scott Frantz, a Kansas State offensive lineman who is viewed as a future NFL prospect, has revealed publicly that he is gay.

Frantz said his teammates and coaches have known he’s gay for a year, and now he wants the world to know.

“I came out to my teammates, and I’ve never felt so loved and so accepted ever in my life than when I did that,” Frantz told ESPN. “And ever since then it’s been great. I’ve grown so much closer to my teammates since. So it’s been an amazing experience.”

As a redshirt freshman last season, Frantz started all 13 games at left tackle. He gained a great deal of attention at last season’s Texas Bowl, when he held his own against Myles Garrett, whom the Browns later made the first overall pick in this year’s draft.

Michael Sam is the only openly gay player to be drafted in the NFL. There has still never been an openly gay player to play in a regular-season NFL game.

95 responses to “Kansas State tackle, NFL prospect Scott Frantz comes out as gay

  1. Okay, cool. He’s gay. Now if the media just leaves him alone, he’ll likely have a better chance at sticking in the NFL, seeing as he won’t have a circus behind him.

  2. Happy you feel comfortable and wish you the best Mr. Frantz. But I thinks maybe you should keep it to yourself…solely if for the fact that other people have their own opinions that are handing out jobs.

  3. If he can play at the next level, that’s all that should matter.

    Who cares about the other stuff ?? I guarantee there are players (even star players) in the NFL now that are gay.

  4. Oh for crying out loud! It’s none of my business how this person chooses to have sex. It has nothing to do with football and doesn’t belong mixed in with football stories.

  5. Let your play do your talking. I’m a staunch liberal but when it comes to job performance don’t allow your gender/sexuality/religion to define who you are.

  6. If held his own against a top college player (and top NFL prospect) like Garrett, he should have no issue in being drafted into the NFL and playing. I would have no problem with my team drafting him.

  7. Kapodaco says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:08 PM
    Okay, cool. He’s gay. Now if the media just leaves him alone, he’ll likely have a better chance at sticking in the NFL, seeing as he won’t have a circus behind him.
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    Great idea.
    However, when has the MSM ever been sensible?

  8. Don’t all you commenters realize he has to come out? If people in his life already know then the media would eventually find out and the circus would be even bigger. Plus, the people saying no one cares anymore clearly live in a bubble. People do care, care greatly and it could affect him. ” keep your sez life private ” ok so when he is holding hands with his boyfriend in public ( like so many straight people do) don’t you think someone would snap a picture? If you want no one to care about who does what involving sex then it has to be out there, not closeted

  9. Wow! You mean the business that regularly has a very diverse group of individuals working together in harmony toward a common goal isn’t, in reality, the knuckle dragging neanderthal/jocks they’re portrayed to be?

    Next thing you know there’s going to let in a woman that can routinely convert 50 yard field goals and that won’t be an issue either.

  10. He just guaranteed himself an ESPY Award.

    And that from this point forward, all the media will continually describe him as “openly gay NFL player Scott Frantz” in every sports story. Like that matters.

  11. Love reading the comment section. All of the bottom of barrel thinking.

    His coming out is a big deal. It is important. He can now openly be the person he really is. And he doesn’t have to worry about someone “outing” him.

    And, as for the assertions above that people don’t care about his love life – then why are you posting on this thread? Clearly because you do care, and many of you because you DON’T want to know.

    I’m happy for him. hope he can be a legit NFL tackle and that teams don’t shy away from him for the old-boys-club, NFL coach speak type reasons.

  12. It’s funny that it’s always far-left liberals trying to make an issue out of this. The rest of us? We really don’t care who somebody sleeps with, whether it’s a hot swimsuit model or some guy with bad acne named Fred. That’s his personal life. Does anyone here care who I sleep with? Of course not. No different for this guy. I wish him luck with his football career, and in life in general.

  13. He’s coming out not for the people who couldn’t care less… He’s coming out to show those that do care, that it ain’t nothin but a thing. If you look at this and think “ok, so what” then it wasn’t directed at you so there is no reason for you to comment, right? Not everything is directed at you. That My Little Ponies movie? It wasn’t directed at you… Neither was his coming out… That is unless you’re a hater. Then it was, and he’s going to show you that he can play.

  14. When will people realize that NO ONE cares if you’re gay or straight..

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    No one cares if you are straight, but if you aren’t straight then there are quite a lot of people who care about it. The State Supreme State Court in Texas just allowed the City of Houston to deny SSM spouses benefits that straight spouses are entitled to. There are “religious freedom” bills working their way through state legislatures that would allow discrimination against gay people. LGBT children are more likely to be homeless, complete suicide, and be bullied than their straight peers.

    Coming out is brave thing to do. Congratulations to Scott Frantz!

  15. “There has still never been an openly gay player to play in a regular-season NFL game.”

    I hate it when people say that stories like this aren’t “real” news. Roughly 1.5% of the population identifies as gay. That means that in any given year there are probably 25-30 gay players in the NFL which means that there have been literally hundreds of gay people playing in the NFL throughout the league’s history. The fact that NONE of them have been able to come out publicly is sad, and that’s why news like this is important.

  16. Im sure its a burden for him to hide it. Im guessing. Good for him for having the courage. But it really doesnt matter. Just play football. One good thing coming from this though is you’ll find out who your real friends are. Just play football.

  17. 2 things:

    Good for you

    You know what the NFL is like so you should have kept that to yourself. See Michael Sam.

  18. I hear some of you say No one cares…..Bull Butter,just because you and I dont care that does not mean nobody cares

    If nobody cared how come Micheal Sam was never drafted?

    Shoulda kept this one to yourself man!!!!!

  19. So he got that out there because he thought it would be a good idea. It’s too bad that with today’s media this will now define him for the rest of his career. Shouldn’t, but ESPN and company will never let it go away. Seems like he’s trading one problem for another – the cost of fame I suppose.

  20. Congratulations and glad it’s going well. Now get back to practice and playing football.

  21. flaccotoboldin says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:44 PM
    Love reading the comment section. All of the bottom of barrel thinking.

    His coming out is a big deal. It is important. He can now openly be the person he really is. And he doesn’t have to worry about someone “outing” him.

    And, as for the assertions above that people don’t care about his love life – then why are you posting on this thread? Clearly because you do care, and many of you because you DON’T want to know.

    I’m happy for him. hope he can be a legit NFL tackle and that teams don’t shy away from him for the old-boys-club, NFL coach speak type reasons.
    _______________________

    Look at this idiot trying his hardest to keep us divided. We’re finally at a point where people don’t care whether you’re gay or not and that’s still not good enough. News flash my friend… THIS is what it looks like when you’re openly accepted in society and nobody is discriminating against you. That was the goal was it not? Or did you think we needed to throw a ticker tape parade every time someone announced who they screw? Play ball.

  22. I understand why people are saying he should keep it to himself, but consider that the burden of keeping it to himself would probably affect his mental health and performance on the field. With this out of the way hopefully he can focus on the field and won’t have to worry about rumors or innuendo, etc. Whether you think people care or not, some do and can make life difficult. I think if anything, maybe the Sam episode showed that teams were willing to carry an openly gay player if his performance merited it. So if a legit LT prospect comes into the league it should come down to performance. And you can bet many QBs aren’t going to care (and I would wager at least 1 current starting QB is gay) about this part of his identity when it comes to protection.

  23. dirtydrynn27

    Michael Sam was drafted. You don’t remember the camera set up at his house for the 7th round?
    He never stuck on an NFL team because’s he’s undersized and was only ever at best a good college player and a marginal NFL practice

  24. Word of advice…if it looks like you’re not going to get drafted in the 1st 3 rounds don’t let your agent and some PR people roll in the cameras.

  25. 1) Michael Sam’s was drafted…. 7th round Rams
    2) Sam’s proved time after time it was about attention on himself more so than playing football.
    3) In the grand scheme of things people only care if he can block, protect the quarterback, & keep himself out of the news so it doesn’t feel like an agenda or a cause being pushed.
    4) If he came out a year ago to teammates & coaches, people already knew and it wasn’t hidden. A secret is no longer a secret when people know.

    Good for you Frantz, I wish you well in your career sir.

  26. dirtydrynn27 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:01 PM

    If nobody cared how come Micheal Sam was never drafted?

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    Where have you been? Sam was taken by the Rams in Round 7 of the 2014 NFL Draft.

    And like many 7th round picks, he didn’t make the team. Afterwards, people – like you – mistakenly believed that his inability to make the cut had something to do with his sexuality.

  27. flaccotoboldin says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:44 PM
    Love reading the comment section. All of the bottom of barrel thinking.

    His coming out is a big deal. It is important. He can now openly be the person he really is. And he doesn’t have to worry about someone “outing” him.

    And, as for the assertions above that people don’t care about his love life – then why are you posting on this thread? Clearly because you do care, and many of you because you DON’T want to know.

    I’m happy for him. hope he can be a legit NFL tackle and that teams don’t shy away from him for the old-boys-club, NFL coach speak type reasons.

    Well thank you for sorting us all out and letting us know what we’re thinking. Glad you’re not an arrogant know it all about this. I love the part where if you tell someone you don’t care that means you really do care. Great Stuff! Is there a college level course on conversational entrapment in which you have degree?

  28. returntoexcellence says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:06 PM

    Look at this idiot trying his hardest to keep us divided. We’re finally at a point where people don’t care whether you’re gay or not and that’s still not good enough

    Kind of ironic isn’t it? that all of us here commenting that it is not a problem and we don’t have any issues with it all. I think that actually shows how far we have come with acceptance but still that it isn’t good enough. Makes me shake my head.

    I for one say ok you are gay not issue with me whatsoever and we really do not care what you do in your love life.

  29. The default setting in our society is straight. Anyone living in the closet has to lie everyday to others and themselves about who they are. Half the country is still currently opposed to gay/trans rights. There are plenty of states where gay people can be fired or evicted just for being gay. The movement towards equality was made possible by brave people coming out and suffering the abuse of random bigots, bigots in power and most hurtfully from their own family. By outing himself publicly Scott Frantz is being honest about himself and taking away the power of someone else outing him.
    He has told us one thing about himself which has nothing to do with football.
    The reaction to the news tells us everything about the commenters here.
    If anyone is taking the time to comment just to post they don’t care they reveal themselves to be lairs. Nobody comments on something that doesn’t phase them and they don’t care about. What you’re really saying is “stay in the closet”.
    So yes, a college football player decided to live his life honestly. Commenters here have revealed themselves to be bigots who care very much.

  30. If he’s a top class player that stays healthy won’t be a problem if he’ s borderline he could find it difficult to carve out an NFL career were maybe players of equal ability who are not gay might get the nod. Who knows. At the end of the day at least there are no surprises for potential teammates and he can just get on with football if he makes it. His college buds that don’t know might have an eyebrow raised, but if they are good people will not make a difference once the hype dies down.

  31. I hate to bust the guy’s bubble, but he’s about five years past anybody giving a hoot. If he is good, he will make it to the next level. If he is not good enough I hope he doesn’t use his coming out as an excuse.

  32. And now if he fails to make an NFL team, or he gets cut, it’s going to be a huge debate … Great…

  33. Of course people care.

    Alabama, Texas, and South Dakota all passed bills that could prevent gays from adopting.

    Gays can be fired for being gay in many states.

    I congratulate him.

  34. Look at this idiot trying his hardest to keep us divided.

    ______________________

    How is he doing that if nobody cares?

    If that is true, there is no side to be on, so no division.

  35. Sometimes I try to make sense of the comments here but they don’t seem to add up in the end. Today the trend on this article (comments and thumbs up/down) seems to be “who cares”….but I’ve seen numerous times when the article is about gay rights the trend runs opposite.

    I’d be glad to learn that I am misinterpreting what I see here. Maybe it’s just the group of people posting on that particular day, or maybe it’s just a different group of people that are more outspoken when the issue is about rights rather than coming out.

    Bottom line is, if you have a problem with gay rights, but you comment ‘who cares’ on an article like this, then you also have a problem with people being gay that you don’t realize you have.

    But again….I could just be misinterpreting what I think I see. I’m certain open to debate.

  36. tjacks7 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:04 PM
    I think I’m in the majority here, but I could not care less.

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    Sadly, half the country that voted for Trump cares a whole lot about it.

    Also, where I live people care so much about it, they want to pretend they can examine people’s private parts when they come out of the bathroom.

  37. returntoexcellence says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:06 PM

    Look at this idiot trying his hardest to keep us divided

    ——

    don’t make a mountain out of a mole hill.

    although it is likely the minority of commenters, clearly there are people that mentioned that they didn’t need to know (they didn’t need to read the article either, let alone comment). when nobody comments on an article like this, that is when they’ll stop posting these types of articles.

    and I think that is the underlying point he/she tried to make: when the topic no longer generates a response, it is no longer an issue.

  38. thecape15 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:53 PM
    Of course people care.

    Alabama, Texas, and South Dakota all passed bills that could prevent gays from adopting.

    Gays can be fired for being gay in many states.

    I congratulate him.

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    Just disgusting discriminatory and contradictory legislation.

    I love how right wing nutbags are against the homeless and abortion, but also don’t want a child to go to a loving, safe home to have a great life with quality parents.

    It just makes no sense.

  39. It will be interesting to see how he plays in college

    If he isn’t amazing, then Tony Dungy and a host of anonymous NFL front office staff will say he is not worth the distraction. Yes the NFL will employ child and wife abusers, drug dealers, guys on drugs, guys convicted of multiple violent offenses, but gay is a huge distraction–for Tony Dungy.

    A lot of the players could not care less, but I would expect lots of resistance from Owners, Coaches and Front Office staff.

    Hopefully, he will be scouted and graded on his play on the field and his combine numbers–not experts speculating on what COULD happen if you draft him.

  40. I truly wish about 8 to 10 NFL players would all announce at the same time that they are gay. That would stop the need to make it a big event and the game would continue as always. We who love the game would continue to love the game and this would no longer matter.

  41. contra74 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:56 PM
    2 things:

    Good for you

    You know what the NFL is like so you should have kept that to yourself. See Michael Sam.

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    Michael Sam is not in the NFL because he’s gay. If he could play at the NFL level, he’s be somewhere. Belichick would absolutely have him in camp, if he thought his skills would translate and help the team.

    Sam peaked in college. It happens to a lot of college players.

    He’s small and not that fast. He would be a bad zone player and he doesn’t have very long arms, so he’d need to go to a team that plays a one dimensional, man coverage 4-3 D.

    This is how I know he wouldn’t be Pats material, for example.

  42. wolfiereasonedlife says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:33 PM
    The default setting in our society is straight. Anyone living in the closet has to lie everyday to others and themselves about who they are. Half the country is still currently opposed to gay/trans rights. There are plenty of states where gay people can be fired or evicted just for being gay. The movement towards equality was made possible by brave people coming out and suffering the abuse of random bigots, bigots in power and most hurtfully from their own family. By outing himself publicly Scott Frantz is being honest about himself and taking away the power of someone else outing him.
    He has told us one thing about himself which has nothing to do with football.
    The reaction to the news tells us everything about the commenters here.
    If anyone is taking the time to comment just to post they don’t care they reveal themselves to be lairs. Nobody comments on something that doesn’t phase them and they don’t care about. What you’re really saying is “stay in the closet”.
    So yes, a college football player decided to live his life honestly. Commenters here have revealed themselves to be bigots who care very much.

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    Nailed it.

  43. I laugh when I see neocons say they don’t care who anyone sleeps with and how they take pride in being “not being politically correct.” Meanwhile, Ken Starr spent millions of taxpayer money litigating a consensual encounter, but then looked the other way when allegations of countless sexual assaults occurred during his administration at Baylor and quietly resigned with only a “no comment.” Meanwhile, right wingers are taking a case to the SCOTUS about a cake shop not wanting to bake a cake for a couple solely because they are gay, and your attorney general is a fanboy of the cake shop’s financial backers.

    You argue out of one side of your mouth that it is unpresidential to do what Clinton did, then tell us that it’s ok for Trump to “grab them by the (expletive)” and even make t-shirts with that slogan, and meet with evangelicals the next day. You argue that nobody should announce that they are gay, but then get all huffy and want to spend millions fighting about a gay cake.

    Personally, I tend to be far less politically correct than all of you, as I enjoyed George Carlin’s thoughts on these matters. The neocons really didn’t like him, the last time I checked.

  44. To all of those saying “big deal, nobody cares” try telling that to the person who’s next in line to become the POTUS. If that psycho had his way, every last one of them would be shipped to an island.

  45. tylawspick6 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 3:30 PM

    Just disgusting discriminatory and contradictory legislation.

    I love how right wing nutbags are against the homeless and abortion, but also don’t want a child to go to a loving, safe home to have a great life with quality parents.

    It just makes no sense.

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    there are a lot of (ignorant) people that automatically equate being gay to being a pedophile, despite being totally separate things.

  46. Personally, I tend to be far less politically correct than all of you, as I enjoyed George Carlin’s thoughts on these matters. The neocons really didn’t like him, the last time I checked.

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    did George ever figure out what a caboodle is? if so, I’d like to know.

  47. Every person saying that they don’t care actually does care very, very much. The “don’t care” is code for their hatred of gays. If they really didn’t care they wouldn’t be commenting.

  48. I’m nothing close to resembling an SJW but I understand why some of these guys feel the need to publicly come out. Imagine the anxiety of the predraft process knowing scouts are digging up info on you. Plus, it’s just freeing not to have to pretend anymore that you like women and can be yourself.

    As for someone saying if he doesn’t get drafted, heads should roll. That’s an amateur opinion. Former C David Molk won the Rimington Trophy for best C in the nation and was only a 7th round pick. Former NFL C Brett Romberg also won the award and went undrafted. Why? Their measurables sucked. Both were around 6’1″. Michael Sam SHOULDN’T have been drafted, not with his horrible measurables of 6’2″ 260, running a 4.9 40 and looking as flexible as a steel bar.

  49. I read this on NFL.com today and I wrote in the comments and pleaded with the media to leave the guy alone. I guess they didn’t ream my comment. 12 hours later BOOM on this web site. Let the media frenzy begin.

  50. Thanks for letting us know. I think I will sleep better at night knowing you like men.

  51. He’s never felt so loved and accepted; until he sees this post and realizes the only image of him playing football on the internet used for this post is a pic of his back. There are better images of me on the internet playing football and I never played above 8th grade.

  52. I’m pretty sure I speak for most conservatives when I say we really don’t care about what this guy does in his private life, but we don’t enjoy the prospect of another Michael Sam-like circus. Sadly, the media won’t be able to help themselves.

  53. Now the media can begin constantly covering him, the NFL can secretly push teams to draft him, and the media can float conspiracy theories when he can’t get a NFL job.

  54. This will surely give his opponents greater incentive. Not trying to be mean, but few football players want to be beaten by a gay guy. Why do people feel the need to “come out”? I really don’t feel the need know.

  55. cardinealsfan20 says:
    Jul 13, 2017 4:18 PM
    Every person saying that they don’t care actually does care very, very much. The “don’t care” is code for their hatred of gays. If they really didn’t care they wouldn’t be commenting.

    Where to begin to explain the level of prejudice in this comment?

  56. flaccotoboldin says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:44 PM

    And, as for the assertions above that people don’t care about his love life – then why are you posting on this thread? Clearly because you do care, and many of you because you DON’T want to know.
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    Because we DON’T wanna know? Yeah, because it is NONE of our business. The same damn reason that I don’t pry into my buddy’s female conquests, NONE of my business.

  57. jmuller516 says:

    When will people realize that NO ONE cares if you’re gay or straight..
    ======================================

    Easy to say when you don’t have to share a shower with him.

  58. ———-
    345snarkavenue says:
    Jul 13, 2017 4:05 PM

    there are a lot of (ignorant) people that automatically equate being gay to being a pedophile, despite being totally separate things.
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    I’m quoting myself because, the 19 thumbs down vs 13 up pretty much proves my point.

  59. Hey guys…Need to get something off my chest. Been bugging me for a while…

    I’m heterosexual. Yeah…I know…It’s true. I like women. Thought you needed to know.

    Please treat me like I’m special from here on out.

  60. Who cares? Shut up and play football as most of America doesn’t give a crap. But you want to make a big deal out of it. Typical.

  61. Whatever consenting adults do with each other is their right, their business and fine with me.

  62. Just because he started 13 games as a red shirt last year doesn’t really make him a prospect. He has 3 more years of eligibility left, a lot can happen.

    Best of luck to the guy, nobody cares about your lifestyle and back up from Alabama would get drafted before this guy.

  63. Gay people say they just want to be accepted. Having parades mocking other people drawing attention to yourself and other tactics that the gay activists use is not the way to go. I work with gay people and they are accepted by everyone, other gays and hetero sexuals alike and they didn’t have to stand up in front of the company and make an announcement or have a parade.

  64. No one should care about this, but half of the “I don’t care don’t tell me just play football crowd” will remind everyone that he’s gay as soon as he misses a block for his team.
    Some day this won’t be news, but right now it is. Good luck to him.

  65. evrybdyhas1 says:
    Jul 14, 2017 8:37 AM
    Whatever consenting adults do with each other is their right, their business and fine with me.

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    I agree as long as they don’t get unfair attention from the media and try to force their lifestyle on the rest of us, especially at school on young children. Children are being bombarded with this stuff in schools now and it isn’t right.
    And gays should also have tolerance and understanding for people who believe in the traditional family structure with a man and a woman and their children. I draw the line big time when I see and hear them criticizing them (which they do).
    And, when someone tries to tell me that trans-gender boys should be able to use the girls bathroom in my granddaughter’s middle school, I see red. There’s no way that should happen and if it does, you can bet I will try to fight it any way I can.

  66. fballguy says:
    Jul 14, 2017 8:26 AM
    Hey guys…Need to get something off my chest. Been bugging me for a while…

    I’m heterosexual. Yeah…I know…It’s true. I like women. Thought you needed to know.

    Please treat me like I’m special from here on out.

    ________________________________________

    The fact that you’re getting thumbs down for this says volumes about the gay agenda, to me.
    What you are saying is that we heterosexuals are being labeled as tyrants toward gays and somehow need to apologize to them because we are heterosexual.
    And you are also pointing out that this very small percentage of people are getting far more attention and special treatment than is warranted, which is true.
    So I give you a thumbs up because I think your comment is right to the point.

  67. I agree as long as they don’t get unfair attention from the media and try to force their lifestyle on the rest of us, especially at school on young children. Children are being bombarded with this stuff in schools now and it isn’t right.
    And gays should also have tolerance and understanding for people who believe in the traditional family structure with a man and a woman and their children. I draw the line big time when I see and hear them criticizing them (which they do).
    And, when someone tries to tell me that trans-gender boys should be able to use the girls bathroom in my granddaughter’s middle school, I see red. There’s no way that should happen and if it does, you can bet I will try to fight it any way I can.

    You just complained about “unfair media attention” and then literally rattled off 3 things that either do not happen or have an absolutely remote chance of ever affecting you or someone you know. There is a 100% chance that you acquired these irrational and silly fears from the very “unfair media attention” you decry. Stop.

  68. After all the thumbs down on my comments, I’m curious who you people are that believe being gay automatically equates to being a pedophile.

    Go ahead…raise your hand.

  69. Once the medial and the LGBT folks make a circus about him as they did with Sam, what owner is going to want that mess. He needs to be ignored as it relates to his sexuality. If he brings it up, tell him nobody cares. If he wants to make a big issue out of it like Sam, he’s done. Owners don’t want baggage anymore baggage than what they are already stuck with.

  70. returntoexcellence says:
    Jul 13, 2017 2:06 PM
    flaccotoboldin says:
    Jul 13, 2017 1:44 PM
    Love reading the comment section. All of the bottom of barrel thinking.

    His coming out is a big deal. It is important. He can now openly be the person he really is. And he doesn’t have to worry about someone “outing” him.

    And, as for the assertions above that people don’t care about his love life – then why are you posting on this thread? Clearly because you do care, and many of you because you DON’T want to know.

    I’m happy for him. hope he can be a legit NFL tackle and that teams don’t shy away from him for the old-boys-club, NFL coach speak type reasons.
    _______________________

    Look at this idiot trying his hardest to keep us divided. We’re finally at a point where people don’t care whether you’re gay or not and that’s still not good enough. News flash my friend… THIS is what it looks like when you’re openly accepted in society and nobody is discriminating against you. That was the goal was it not? Or did you think we needed to throw a ticker tape parade every time someone announced who they screw? Play ball.

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    Liberals have a vested interest in keeping people divided. It’s how they empower themselves. Look at Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton…..how would these guys garner an income if not for crying “racisim”?

  71. abninf says:
    Jul 14, 2017 8:08 AM
    jmuller516 says:

    When will people realize that NO ONE cares if you’re gay or straight..
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    Easy to say when you don’t have to share a shower with him.

    ——————-
    Why? Do you think some of his “gayness” will rub off on you in the shower? Do you think he won’t be able to control himself because he sees you naked in the shower?

    I am curious….what exactly would be the issue?

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