Is it OK to feel sorry for San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver? Can I say that?
Because I do.
He was asked during Super Bowl Media Day about his sexual plans for Super Bowl week and if they included any gay men, and he followed stupid with stupider. Instead of saying "WTF?" he said, "Ain't no gay people on my team. They gotta get up outta here if they do. Can't be with that sweet stuff."
And this is how a Super Bowl week that began with almost every player not named Ed Reed mocking the President of the United States for the mistake of being concerned about their health ended with a backup cornerback doing a forced backpedal/apology/baring of his soul on his thoughts about gays. Wedged in between was Deer Antler Velvet talk and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco declaring a Super Bowl in New York to be a "retarded" idea.
This week has not been the NFL's finest verbal hour, and it provides a pretty good argument for having o...