- Mike Sando, NFL Insider
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Danelle Morton of ESPN the Magazine followed up with Harris to produce a much fuller picture of the former Stanford and NFL lineman, who had this to say regarding the idea that a player's sexual orientation should be considered irrelevant:
"That's the perfect answer, right? Because what it sounds like is that your sex life doesn't matter -- which would be true if what supported that were tolerance, as opposed to denial, and in many cases homophobia."
Former San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Kwame Harris made headlines before the Super Bowl for allegedly assaulting an ex-boyfriend.The story outed Harris a couple days before a current 49ers player, Chris Culliver, made headlines for anti-gay remarks.