The Minnesota Vikings split with outspoken equality advocate Chris Kluwe, but the Oakland Raiders have picked him up.
The two brothers joined Jimmy Kimmel for a lighthearted interview.
Top-ranking men's tennis pros Roger Federer and Andy Murray believe an out gay player in their sport wouldn’t be an issue.
The Minnesota governor believes the Vikings have been dishonest about their reasons for releasing the outspoken LGBT ally from the team, and he’s not happy about it.
Roger Goodell has encouraging words for any player who might come out. Also, Jets linebacker DeMario Davis says he'd accept a gay teammate, even though he thinks homosexuality is a sin.
“Just because you’re gay doesn’t mean you can’t be the athlete you want to be,” says the award-winning athlete.
LeRoy Butler was axed from a church speaking engagement because he supported Jason Collins's coming out.
The former South Carolina Senator told ABC's George Stephanopoulos he's glad NBA center Jason Collins came out as gay.