March 6, 2013
Since his days with the Saints, Scott Fujita has always been outspoken with his political views - specifically those regarding gay rights. Now with the Cleveland Browns his stance remains the same, and as the issue heats up with reports of inappropriate questions being asked at the NFL Combine, the linebacker once again talked about the next step toward accepting openly gay players in the locker room.
In an interview with 92.3 The Ticket in Cleveland (compiled by Sports Radio), Fujita discussed how the NFL Players Association can help gay players feel comfortable about coming out, the issue, or rather non-issue, of a gay player in the Browns locker room and coaches reportedly asking players if they like girls-at the combine.
Fujita, who holds a political science degree from the University of California, Berkeley, shed some light on how other athletes can help by speaking out - like Vikings punter Chris Kluwe and Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo have done extensively in the past ...