Poll: 65% of NFL Felons, Rapists, Ex-Cons Opposed To Gay Teammate

Updated: April 15, 2013

ATLANTA – A new CNN poll released today reveals that 65% of the felons, rapists, wife-abusers, drunk drivers, and drug smugglers currently playing in the NFL are strongly opposed to having a teammate come out publicly as a homosexual.

"I've been arrested 7 times! I guess you could say I'm totally 'gay' for crime."

“I’ve been arrested 7 times! I guess you could say I’m totally ‘gay for crime.'”


“Share a locker room with a gay guy? Hell no!” said Bengals CB Adam “Pacman” Jones, who has twice been arrested for spitting on women and was involved in a 2007 bar skirmish that left a man paralyzed for life. “There’s no place in the NFL for that sort of disgusting element.”


“Hey, I’m not prejudiced or anything, but the way I see it, homosexuality is an abomination,” said Patriots CB Aqib Talib, who was charged with battery and resisting arrest in 2009, as well as aggrevated assault with a deadly weapon in 2011. “Their way of life is a threat to the very fabric of our society.”


When data was broken down by category, the poll revealed that slightly less than 60% of the NFL’s convicted drug dealers were opposed to the existence of homosexual NFL players, while a full 75% of those who’d served time for spousal abuse and other domestic altercations admitted to being revolted by the thought of sharing the field with a gay teammate.


“Look, it’s just not natural, okay? Men are meant to lay with women, not with other men” said Vikings DB Chris Cook, whose two arrests include a 2011 charge of strangling his girlfriend, leaving her with a bloody nose and injuries to her neck. “I’d be disgusted to have some sicko like that on my team.”

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  1. Ben Roethlisberger

    March 7, 2014 at 8:35 pm


  2. Nick

    November 15, 2013 at 8:10 am

    Or you could do the opposite and let normal people who serve jail terms have normal lives and be able to earn money afterwards.. isn’t the idea about having served time in jail that you “paid your debt to society”?

  3. Seth

    October 20, 2013 at 9:46 am

    I think it also depends on the severity of the crime, like Burress just did something stupid that hurt himself, while Vick shouldn’t have been allowed back in the league
    And I know people are looking at me saying “what about Ray Lewis”… Even though it was just obstruction IMO he shouldn’t have been allowed to return, the fact he was involved in something like that and they bring him back

  4. Fred G Samford

    April 17, 2013 at 6:25 am

    Where else can a criminal go and get a job the pays you 100,000 or more. Can not think of one or two. NFL and any other sport. This is a disgrace for some like Jones, Vick, etc to come out of jail and be able to play football or any other sport. Playing professional sport should be a honor not a gift. In the military or probably anyother jobs in the US you commit a crime your out of a job. But not sports in the US. You can commit a crime. Look at Lawerance Phillip, Vick Jones, Burress and could go on forever. Due your time and when you get out I will have a big fat check for you. I think that Goodell and the others who run these sport need to get tougher on the player. If you get a DWI or commit a crime your done and question asked. No more football, basketball, Hockey or whatever. It should be in the contract it you commit a crime, get a DWI whatever you are not longer in the NFL, NBA, NHL or whatever. Got it make a mistake pay your time go on with your life, forgive and forget. But your are a professional and we are teaching the kids its ok to play professional sports with a criminal record.

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