"Ultimately, we're both mature players with families and we have a lot of similaries, more similarities than differences," Ayanbadejo said. "Coincidentally, we're two guys with two different opinions on this issue on the same team. We're presenting dialogue and talk as concerned citizens and trying to do what's best for our communities. It's a good example of two football players that are advocates for causes trying to help people, but we have a difference of opinion. What are the chances we would be on the same team?"