They Ask Baller Wolves If They Gay Before They Get In The NFL

no one has really caught my eye at the nfl combine like before.
i don’t even know when i saw someone that made me tingle.
that is not the basis of this entry tho.
we are here to font about pre baller wolf,
derrius guice,
of the lsu tigers.
they asked him some “out of control” questions during his combine visit.
this is what a few foxholers sent me via “daily mail”

NFL Draft hopefuls are often asked jarring personal questions during the scouting combine, which is something LSU running back Derrius Guice learned in Indianapolis last week when he was asked if he was a homosexual and if his mother was a prostitute to garner a reaction.  

‘It was pretty crazy,’ Guice told SiriusXM NFL on Wednesday, as reported by USA Today. ‘Some people are really trying to get in your head and test your reaction.

‘I go in one room, and a team will ask me “do I like men,” just to see my reaction,’ he continued. ‘I go in another room, they’ll try to bring up one of my family members or something and tell me, “Hey, I heard your mom sells herself. How do you feel about that?”‘

Pro Football Talk would later confirm that Guice was asked if he liked men.

League spokesman Brian McCarthy said the NFL disapproves of such questions and it is investigating the matter. 

‘A question such as that is completely inappropriate and wholly contrary to league workplace policies,’ he wrote in an email. ‘The NFL and its clubs are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees in a manner that is consistent with our commitment to diversity and inclusion, state and federal laws and the CBA. We are looking into the matter.

‘The league annually reminds clubs of these workplace policies that prohibit personnel from seeking information concerning a player’s sexual orientation.’ 

do they really think a true dl baller wolf will crack like that?
like,
seriously?
they keep that secret tighter than fort knox.
the dl are pretty good actors.
they can win emmys the way they play “straight” nowadays.
my question is…

What does him fuckin’ males have to do with anything?

like,
his job is to handle a different kind of ball,
but i guess i can kinda see why they do this.
i hear there is a lot of shit talk when those helmets are on.
maybe these questions are to gauge how angry they get?
some of them can be real reckless with the mouth on the field.
listen,
i’m just throwing shit to see if it sticks.
i’m surprised no one has blacked for bring up their mamas.
i’ll have to ask a present/ex baller wolf why they do this.

lowkey: derrius is nice tho…

i’d entertain for a bit.

article cc: daily mail

Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

14 thoughts on “They Ask Baller Wolves If They Gay Before They Get In The NFL

  1. I thought it was illegal to ask questions like that. I don’t know what I would do if I was asked those questions in a interview. By the way he is definitely a cutie.

    1. It is very illegal. But because these guys want to play in the NFL so badly, they overlook it…or they just may not know that it’s illegal. As for the NFL’s response, it’s straight up BS. They’ve been questioning player’s sexuality at the Combine since Mike Sam came out the closet. I don’t know what made them bring up the subject of relatives “selling themselves” at all!

      Even at job interviews they are not allowed to ask you questions regarding your personal/family life. And you have every right to point out to them that they are asking an illegal question. You might offend them, you might impress them.

  2. Remember when we lived with the saying, “sticks and stones can break my bones but words will never hurt me”? I am with you Jamari society has become so sensitive that no one is going to speak in public or give their opinions. GET A GRIP!!!

  3. A present/ex baller wolf huh..mmhmm. I heard a lady make a statement that she thinks the NFL has more lgbt members than any other sport..Could this be true???

  4. how many white players did they ask this of? Or, are they just weoponizing the awareness of the “fragile” socio-cultural construct that passes for “Black” “masculinity” to file potential “weaknesses” for later exploitation by media jackals and hyenas looking to collect coins? Or have I credited them with too much intelligence and subtlety? Thoughts, you sly Foxes and discerning Wolves?

  5. It sounds like the point of these types of questions is to see what the players reaction will be. We all know people that will overreact if you say something sideways about a family member. The team is probably trying to avoid hot tempered potential players.

    1. lol no, many of the white conservatives that own these teams simply don’t want homos representing them. This has been going on for years.

  6. This IS NOT the first time, that question has came to light. It was controversy about it a couple of years ago. I think its away for them coaches and owner to find themselves a good young “fuck” buddy.

  7. I have always believed players are asked about their sexuality because of possible scandals, along with homophobia as well. I am sure none of us have forgotten about the Kerry Rhodes incident years ago. Homophobia runs deep, and it definitely runs to the general managers and the owners. People just do not want to be around it, no matter how much money is involved.

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