NFL Exec says league ready for openly gay player

NFL Executives Troy Vincent, former cornerback for the Philadelphia Eagles and Dwight Hollier former linebacker for the Miami Dolphins met with youth from the Hetrick Martin Institute to open a dialogue about LGBT inclusiveness and sports. Vincent and Hollier were given a tour of the Harvey Milk High School where the Hetrick Martin Institute is housed and were passionate about letting the LGBT youth know that the NFL as well as other professional sports leagues, is ready for an openly gay player. You can read the full article here at espn.com

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