Suggs says Ravens would welcome gay player; Moss autobiography?

The media hype inherent in any Super Bowl took an unexpected turn toward civil rights this week, thanks to homophobic comments from San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver.

And though the 49ers immediately rejected the comments, and Culliver apologized in person on Thursday, the real legacy of this incident might turn out to be the progressive response of Culliver’s colleagues and not the young CB’s original remarks.’s Ian Rapoport reported from Super Bowl XLVII on Thursday that Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs said the Ravens would have no problem accepting a gay player, and 49ers star Randy Moss says players “need to be able to move on and accept it.

Speaking of Moss, he’s had quite a busy week, and Rapoport says fans who never tire of the controversial wide receiver’s blunt opinions might soon have an entire Moss autobiography to drool over.

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