The first openly gay man drafted by the NFL is sounding off on a proposed anti-LGBT amendment in the state that helped him make history.
Michael Sam spoke about the misconceptions of homophobia in the black community, and how racism is prevalent in the gay community.
The former NFL player embodies an 'All American' man in the UK magazine's May issue.
Sources in St. Louis say the out player was drafted by the Rams because the team wanted to avoid being on an HBO show about NFL training camps.
The openly gay former NFL player is doing an end run around oppoents of Houston's law protecting all citizens from discrimination.
Sam announced his departure from the Montreal Alouettes in a series of tweets Friday night.