ThatGuyGreg : Was that this past spring, with the recruiting? One rarely sees a lineman with his hands on it, but their ball-handling skills are better than you think. With all that sweaty blocking and holding in the trenches, things can get pretty exciting.
Michael Alan Sam Jr. He played college football for the University of Missouri and was drafted by the St. After completing his college football career, Sam publicly came out as gay.
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He is intriguing. I like the way he can throw the football, but he did it in an offense with five guys that are going to get drafted, in front of him. There is a lot to like, but he has bust potential written all over him.
Thomas Q. Jones spent 12 years in the NFL and the transition from football was hard. But he relied on the work ethic instilled in him by his parents.
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Few American football players have come out as gay. Louis Rams in NFL Draftand thus became the first publicly gay player drafted in the league, but was released before the start of the regular season. He became the first publicly gay player to play in the Canadian Football League in August
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Brian Sims, a Downingtown native, former Bloomsburg University football player and current advocate for the rights of gay athletes, stands in front of Philadelphia City Hall. It's the middle of the afternoon, and a cheap, stained glass window blocks sunlight from filtering through. With a beer and a plate of fries, many patrons are alone at the bar.