San Francisco 49ers defender Chris Culliver apologized for anti-gay comments he made earlier in the week during Thursday morning's Super Bowl media session.
While speaking with comedian Artie Lange on Tuesday, Culliver said, ''I don't do the gay guys, man. I don't do that. Ain't got no gay people on the team. They gotta get up outta here if they do. Can't be with that sweet stuff . . . Can't be . . . in the locker room, nah,'' he said. ''You've gotta come out 10 years later after that.''
"I was really just . . . not thinking," Culliver said on Thursday morning when asked about those remarks. "It was something that I thought, but definitely not something I feel in my heart."
As the team's third cornerback, Culliver has faced some of the toughest offenses in the NFL this season.
Tom Brady. Aaron Rodgers. Eli Manning. Drew Brees.
None of those challenges were as daunting as the media blitzkrieg that covered him on Thursday.
Over 25 news cameras. Over 60 reporters. Over 80 recorde...