The National Football League met with LGBT rights groups last week about the push to end homophobia in sports, at a time when speculation increases over whether the first gay player will soon come out in professional athletics. Amanda Terkel joins Ahmed to discuss.
“I don’t think one of our players would be scared to come out. We got 25 guys, it’s a family, and our goal is to win a World
In an interview with 92.3 The Ticket in Cleveland with Bull and Fox, Fujita said he "would argue that the overwhelming majority
The panel said Commissioner Roger Goodell did not have jurisdiction to hear the players' appeals of their punishment for
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story stated that Scott Fujita plays for the New Orleans Saints. Fujita played for
With the high rates of athletes who enter military service, sports have the potential to prepare straight recruits with positive attitudes toward gay and lesbian teammates.
He also said some owners, including Jones, might not be unified and "are fine with letting this thing run down to at least
Leave it to Goodell to end a thrilling NFL regular season on a sour note. He issued an ill-timed letter that follows a tried and true strategy: blame the union and sow resentment between the fans and the players they pay to watch.
Star linebacker Scott Fujita speaks out about why he is supporting the October 11th National Equality March for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender rights in Washington DC.