That doesn't make it right, but guys might not look at it as being offensive. People would go crazy if he said that in front of the camera. In interviews last week, several people who have played professionally say politically incorrect remarks about race and sexuality are routinely made in locker rooms, and it's natural some of the slurs would slip into public comments. All of our South Florida restaurant coverage. A previous version of this story incorrectly. Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters? He was struck by Parcells' remark.
Concussion should have revealed more about the tragic lives these esteemed players led and their needless suffering due to sport.
Mixed Signals For Gay Athletes
When players do cross the line, they usually swerve into damage control. In a January interview with Sports Illustrated, the former Atlanta Braves pitcher mocked Japanese women and called a black teammate "a fat monkey. As for his prediction that baseball is the most likely sport to usher in a new era, Anderson cited these reasons: Defense attorney Jeff Lichtman, who also defended American mobster John "Junior" Gotti, said he was "restricted" from going into "very basic areas" of the case. They can put 20, 30 people in one home.
Being openly gay could cause such havoc it could destroy your career. Of course, this is exactly why the great, final hurdle in sports remains such a hurdle. I guess people have respect for my game. If it's not New York Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey calling Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells "a homo" for which he apologizedit's Philadelphia 76ers guard Allen Iverson singing about "faggot tendencies" for which he apologized. Dan Marino used to say no black golfers would beat him until Tiger Woods came on the scene.