Dallas cuts first openly-gay NFL player from its practice squad
Associated Press columnist examines the Michael Sam saga
Michael Sam waded through a crowd of reporters and was settling in front of yet another bank of cameras when someone asked if this was what it was like in St. Louis.
The Dallas Cowboys have signed Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team, to their practice squad, head coach Jason Garrett announced Monday.
After first considering going into the new NFL season with just two quarterbacks on its game day roster, the St. Louis Rams decided on Monday they needed to a veteran to also backup new starter Shaun Hill.
Waived Rams draft pick would be placed on Cowboys practice squad
World Wrestling Entertainment has invited Michael Sam to “Monday Night Raw” next week to tell his side of the story.
St. Louis adds QB Garrett Gilbert (pictured), but defensive lineman from Mizzou remains unsigned
Michael Sam was probably never an ideal fit with the St. Louis Rams and it had absolutely nothing to do with his sexual orientation.
Rams 7th round draft pick from Mizzou is now a free agent