Found March 01, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
The NFL probably doesn’t care for the negative attention it is receiving, but at the same time, it probably won’t matter. For the second time in a week, a particpant at the NFL Draft Combine has admitted to being asked about his sexuality. This time it was former Michigan St Spartans running back Le’Veon Bell. Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell was asked by WDFN in Detroit whether he was asked about his sexuality. “Yeah, yeah, there were questions just like that,” Bell said, via the Detroit News. “There were definitely a couple of weird questions. I got asked so many of them, I don’t remember them all. But that was definitely a couple of questions I got asked.” The obvious question to ask is whether or not Bell and former Colorado tight end Nick Kasa, were asked the question about ‘liking girls’ from the same team or teams. The NFL will most likely launch a secondary investigation or at least expand their one from Kasa’s claim. The bottom-line is pretty simple, it’s a question that cannot be asked. Because if said player is available to the team that asked him the question, and they pick someone else at his [...]
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