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Former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe plans to sue his old team for religious discrimination, sexual orientation discrimination, defamation and tortuous interference, in an effort to get them to release their findings into whether Mike Priefer, former head coach Leslie Frazier and GM Rick Spielman cut Kluwe due to his outspoken views on gay rights.
Former Punter And Current Human Rights Advocate Chris Kluwe Absolutely Destroyed His Former Team Today
Chris Kluwe managed to get his hands on a Google Glass prototype, the futuristic glasses that can take videos and make phone calls or something like that. Since Kluwe is known for being hilarious, Google was probably expecting some cool first-person shots of a professional punter doing his thing with some of that patented Kluwe humor. They didn’t exactly get that.
Chris Kluwe has a new team and, apparently, a reason to be at the White House June 13th for the annual LGBT Pride Celebration. Wether he’s considered a leader in the movement, or just a recognizable heterosexual ally in the fight for equality — he’s an Oakland Raider first. And he’s got practice that day, so, thanks but no thanks. Practice? We’re talking bout practice.
One Of The Questions Roger Goodell Answered In His Reddit AMA Was From Chris Kluwe, Who Rickrolled Him
From 2:00-3:00 p.m. today, Roger Goodell held a Reddit AMA because Roger Goodell is all about the fans. Of course he only managed to answer 14 questions, the tiny handful of softballs the commish could smack out of the park with some pre-wrapped jargon about the NFL and together and safety and whatever else.
To Solidify Your Hatred Of That Athlete You Already Hate, Here Are Some Reactions To Last Night’s Election
So. A lot happened last night. Barack Obama retained the presidency. Both the House and Senate stayed under the control of Republicans and Democrats, respectively. The first openly gay senator was elected. There was even huge news on ballot initiatives: Colorado and Washington state voted to legalize recreational marijuana usage, while Maryland and Maine became the first two states to legalize same-sex marriage via vote. And something else happened: a whole lotta people tweeted. Like sportspeople. We compile some of the notable ones after the jump.