MICHAEL SAM RUMORS & GOSSIP
Michael Sam’s dream of playing in the NFL is on hold at the moment, but it’s far from over.
Just over a year after Sam became the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team, Sam signed a two-year contract Friday with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.
Sam’s journey has been an arduous one since the St. Louis Rams selected him in the final round of...
The Montreal Alouettes of the CFL announced on Friday morning that they have signed Michael Sam to a two-year contract. Sam, 25, spent time with the St. Louis Rams and Dallas Cowboys but never appeared in a regular season game for either team. He was working hard to earn another shot in the NFL, but...Read More
A unidentified bisexual NFL player has reportedly spoken with TMZ Sports, stating that comments made by Michael Sam that were directed at other gay NFL players were offensive to him.
Sam indicated last week that he was not the only gay player in the NFL.
The player, who did not wish to be identified by name, and has played for several seasons, then responded with his view on the...
When Michael Sam fell to the seventh round of the 2014 NFL draft after earning SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors the previous season, there were some who raised concerns about how the league handled the first openly gay draft prospect.
Those concerns has been quieted to an extent due to Sam’s struggles making the transition to the NFL. Originally considered a mid-round pick...
Michael Sam’s dream of playing in professional football still is alive. But it appears the road back to an NFL roster will be a difficult one.
The 25-year-old defensive end out of Missouri participated in this weekend’s veteran’s combine — along with older free agents such as Michael Bush and Brady Quinn — and according to TMZ Sports, things didn’t go too well...
After a disappointing showing at the NFL Scouting Combine a year ago led to defensive end Michael Sam dropping all the way to Round 7 before the St. Louis Rams took a flyer on him, he spent his entire rookie season on practice squads—first the Rams, and then the Dallas Cowboys.
Now Sam is looking to bounce back and impress an NFL team into giving him a shot. But according to the...
In need of a paycheck, former St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam has reportedly agreed to compete in the next season of ABC’s hit reality show Dancing with the Stars.
It’s an interesting move for Sam, who has indicated that he’s going to take part in the first ever Veteran NFL Combine next month. Out of the league since the Dallas Cowboys cut him during the 2014 season...
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It appears Michael Sam is taking the plunge.
Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL, is engaged to longtime boyfriend Vito Cammisano, according to TMZ. The college sweethearts reportedly have been vacationing in Europe.
Beautiful view from the very top of St. Peter's. Suddenly 25 doesn't feel so old...
Michael Sam was the first openly gay player to be drafted to an NFL team, with “openly” being the key word. Several current and former NFL players have revealed that they have played alongside gay teammates, and Sam reiterated that during his lengthy interview with Oprah Winfrey that will air on Saturday. In a preview...Read More
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The NFL would have a public relations disaster on its hands if Michael Sam were not on a team’s roster, so the league did what it could to make sure that didn’t happen. THEMMQB.com’s Peter King reported on NBC’s pregame show Thursday that the NFL contact multiple teams regarding their potential interest in Sam after […]