"Absolutely not! If he is a great football player and can help us win our next Super Bowl, I [couldn't] care less about who or what he likes as long as he performs on the field," he wrote. "Some may argue that it could effect the chemistry in the locker room but that shouldn't be an issue. Most men are comfortable with their sexuality. The University of Missouri football team is proof of that. If a group of athletes 18-22 years old can handle having an openly gay teammate, why can't a group of professional athletes? Things may have been a little different 15-20 years ago, but society is different now. As long as there is a reciprocation of respect, the locker room environment shouldn't be an issue."