You may know Michael Sam as the college football player turned first openly gay NFL player. During the draft, he easily became the talk of the town when he was drafted in the 7th round by the St. Louis
Michael Sam was waives by the Dallas Cowboys just six weeks after signing with them, but a half-dozen teams have reportedly reached out to Sam since then.
Former Missouri Tigers’ defensive end Michael Sam made headlines earlier this year as he was the first openly gay draft prospect in NFL history. With much fanfare and excitement, the St. Louis Rams selected Sam in the seventh-round of
Apparently, the NFL isn’t done with Michael Sam. As a free agent, it seems that the Dallas Cowboys have interest in the defensive end. According to ESPN.com, if Sam passes his physical, the Cowboys plan to sign him to
After none of the other 31 teams claimed him on waivers, Michael Sam is now a free agent who can sign with any team he chooses, including the Rams.
It seems that Michael Sam’s route to the NFL is going to have to go through a different path. Sam will not be the first openly gay player to make an Opening Day roster, however it wasn’t due to
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NFL NEWS: Michael Sam Tony Dungy’s comments on Michael Sam set off a backlash when he called him a distraction as the first openly gay NFL player. Tony Dungy talks at length about the Michael Sam situation on @dpshow
Tony Dungy appeared on the Dan Patrick Show to talk about the controversy that his comments about Michael Sam sparked.
You won’t want to miss this passionate debate between Robert Brewer aka “Football Rob” and frequent guest contributor Gary “Kool” Ayd of MediaAidEntertainment.com regarding the controversial statements made by former Super Bowl champion head coach Tony Dungy towards St.