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Former Ravens LB :As many as 4 gay players could come out

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Who is this Ayanbadejo guy that he's the figurehead of some secret society of gay players? I don't care one way or another if these players come since it doesn't effect me, but this attention whoring clown turning this into a story about himself is exausting. Just shut up and if they come out then they come out.

 

Why should Ayanbadejo stop working for the cause he believes in-because it upsets you that he works for the cause even though he's not a member of the group which will benefit?

 

I have no idea where you get the idea that there is a "secret society", Ayanbadejo has made clear for a long time that he works with pro-gay organizations.  These organizations honor the privacy of the gay players they talk to-is that supposed to be sinister in some way?

 

As far as your and Cimini's demand that Ayanbadejo be quiet and let the gay players come out by themselves:  the first NFL player to reveal he was gay was Dave Kopay in 1975-years after he stopped playing.  I would imagine that is quite a few years before you were born.  In the almost four decades since, not a single NFL player has had the courage to reveal his homosexuality while he was still in the league.  I just don't see how anyone can maintain that a concerned person-an NFL player himself-is somehow wrong to make efforts to correct the situation.

 

Have we become so addicted to fashionable cynicism that we cannot accept those people who make great efforts to do what they believe is right?

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Why should Ayanbadejo stop working for the cause he believes in-because it upsets you that he works for the cause even though he's not a member of the group which will benefit?

 

I have no idea where you get the idea that there is a "secret society", Ayanbadejo has made clear for a long time that he works with pro-gay organizations.  These organizations honor the privacy of the gay players they talk to-is that supposed to be sinister in some way?

 

As far as your and Cimini's demand that Ayanbadejo be quiet and let the gay players come out by themselves:  the first NFL player to reveal he was gay was Dave Kopay in 1975-years after he stopped playing.  I would imagine that is quite a few years before you were born.  In the almost four decades since, not a single NFL player has had the courage to reveal his homosexuality while he was still in the league.  I just don't see how anyone can maintain that a concerned person-an NFL player himself-is somehow wrong to make efforts to correct the situation.

 

Have we become so addicted to fashionable cynicism that we cannot accept those people who make great efforts to do what they believe is right?

 

 

I like this post.  But I also like secret societies.  So either way I think what the gay players need is a catchy slogan.  "It's ok to play gay"  "Being gayer makes the player" "I'm a Homo and so is Romo"  "I dress like a lady but so does Brady"  

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I like this post.  But I also like secret societies.  So either way I think what the gay players need is a catchy slogan.  "It's ok to play gay"  "Being gayer makes the player" "I'm a Homo and so is Romo"  "I dress like a lady but so does Brady"  

 

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I like this post.  But I also like secret societies.  So either way I think what the gay players need is a catchy slogan.  "It's ok to play gay"  "Being gayer makes the player" "I'm a Homo and so is Romo"  "I dress like a lady but so does Brady"  

This is good stuff.  Think you missed your calling.....................Or did you?

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Nobody knows gay like a dolphin fan.

 

Merge it because someone already posted that here 3 post up or so. 

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No way its Kerry Rhodes based on the way he shies away from tackling men!

This perplexes me also. Perhaps Kerry Rhodes is very selective and discerning about whom he embraces and holds close.

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