Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell is reporting that similar to Colorado’s Nick Kasa, he was also asked about his sexuality during the draft (Credit: AP Photo) Earlier this week Colorado tight end Nick Kasa admitted that during the NFL combine a team asked him if he “liked girls”. Because of Kasa’s comments, the NFL is looking to investigate whether or not there is any truth to Kasa’s claims about questions he was asked during the combine. “Any team or employee that inquires about impermissible subjects or makes an employment decision based on such factors is subject to league discipline,” said NFL spokesman Greg Aiello. Now, Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell is reporting that he was also indirectly asked about his sexuality. “Yeah, yeah, there were questions just like that,” Bell told WDFN radio, via the Detroit News. “There were definitely a couple weird questions. I got asked so many of them, I don’t remember them all. But that was definitely a couple questions I got asked.” If there is any truth to Bell and Kasa’s claim, the team or teams that asked about their sexuality could be in a lot of trouble. The NFL is reporting that if they find these claims are true, the team guilty of asking these questions will face losing draft picks. The post Le’Veon Bell says he was asked questions about sexuality appeared first on DOWN & DISTANCE.