CBS Atlanta

This morning, The Opening Drive caught up with Minnesota Vikings punter and outspoken gay rights advocate Chris Kluwe to discuss the issue of  homosexuals in the NFL.  Kluwe, along with Ravens Linebacker Brendan Ayanbadejo, have filed a brief with the Supreme Court supporting gay marriage rights in California.  Ayanbadejo has gone so far as to say there will be an openly gay player in the NFL by 2015.  Find out how Kluwe got involved in this issue and what he thinks about the possibility of openly gay players in NFL Locker rooms.

Click below to hear the full interview.

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CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — New York newspapers aren’t always fair, accurate or reliable, but man, they can really be funny sometimes.

That’s on display quite often in the sports pages, and it was the case on Friday morning in the New York Daily News.

Gary Myers wrote a column which suggested the Patriots could sign Darrelle Revis as a free agent after the 2013 season, arguing it’s imperative for the Jets to trade Revis before the deadline or sign him long term in order to prevent the potentially disastrous situation of Revis sporting a Patriots jersey.

To drive the point home, the paper ran a large image of Revis rocking a blue No. 24 Patriots jersey, with inset photos of smiling Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

“It would be humiliating for the Jets if Revis, one of the top five players in franchise history, packs up and leaves for New…

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thesociallinguist

The Fulbright Programme is all about cultural exchange; it’s about sharing stories and experiences across borders; it’s about learning new things; it’s about immersing yourself in a different country. Now, we tend to think about things like politics, movies, music, lifestyle, food and so on as being some of the main ‘culture’ things that can be shared and talked about. For example, in the US, I still don’t understand why cheese comes in such small packets, and in the UK, I’d love it if more bars had a US-style ‘tab’ culture as a matter of course, and my life is more enriched knowing about these kinds of things.

But one thing which kind of flew under my radar as a ‘cultural exchange moment’ was… sport. Now, I enjoy American sports, particularly football and baseball. With lots of breaks in the games, you don’t have to concentrate too hard for the…

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post it’s

Post its are like life sometimes they are neat and bundled and sometimes they are strung out and unorganized. But no matter how it is i think it is a good symbol of life.It really represents the ups and downs of the crazy world we live in.
No matter how you look at it it you can not deny the fact that it does truly represent how we live in this world today.If you take the time to think about it you will realize that i am right.