By Ross Jones
Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians doesnt think NFL locker rooms would have trouble accepting an openly gay player. The trouble that he does foresee stems from the NFLs crazed fans.
I dont think the locker room would have any problem with it, Arians told FOXSports.com in a telephone interview Wednesday. The problem would be with the fans. I think especially opposing fans. Some of the things that are said are over the top and out of control that I can imagine what some fans would say to an openly gay player.
Arians, who is making the media rounds before the inaugural Bruce Arians Family Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic, was adamant that his team would be more than inviting if and when a gay player comes out.
As a coach, and I can probably speak for our players, too, I dont think anybody would have any problem with it.
Its an interesting suggestion that doesnt get a ton of attention. Opposing teams' fans are harsh. And at what point does rooting agains...