It was the kiss seen around the world. When new NFL draftee Michael Sam kissed his boyfriend on ESPN after finding out he was going to be playing for the St. Louis Rams, it drew celebration and criticism from both athletes and fans. Now some critics are questioning if more athletes will announce that they are gay.
The complexion of the National Football League changed last Saturday after Michael Sam became the first openly gay player to be drafted.
The overflow crowd at Rams Park did not intimidate Michael Sam.
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher says it won’t be hard for the team to cut Michael Sam if he’s unable to earn a spot on the roster.
Michael Sam believes he should’ve been taken sooner in the draft.
The handsome football player gets drafted by an NFL team, plants an emotional kiss on his sweetheart and gives sportscasts a feel-good video clip.
It could be a very long weekend for Michael Sam.
PGA golfer Steve Elkington joked that openly gay NFL prospect Michael Sam was throwing women’s handbags at the NFL combine.
Michael Sam needed no introduction.
Former Dallas Cowboy defensive end Greg Ellis says there will be discomfort from other players, but he can overcome that by playing well,