Several players were reportedly asked about their sexuality at the NFL scouting combine this week.

No one came out and said, “Hey, so, do you smoke cock?” That was the implication, however. Colorado tight end Nick Kasa was the first player to admit that a team asked him the following questions:

  • Do you have a girlfriend?
  • Are you married?
  • Do you like girls?

Hmmm… I wonder what you’re getting at?

Since Kasa’s admission, Michigan receiver Denard Robinson and Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell also said they were asked the same questions.

Obviously, the whole problem here is one Manti Te’o, who is either 1. one of the biggest idiots on the face of the planet, 2. a liar who perpetrated a story about a fake, dead girlfriend for personal gain, or… brace yourself for this one… 3. a man who knowingly had a relationship with another man.

OH MY FUCKING GOD! SOMEONE WHO PLAYS IN THE NFL MIGHT BE GAY! WHATEVER WILL WE DO?!

Someone’s solution to this perceived issue is to keep players who might like guys out of their locker room, which is not only discriminatory, but also totally illegal.

Did Alabama get an NFL franchise when we weren’t looking? Oh, wait… the Vikings… nevermind.

Then again, this could just have been someone’s way of trolling for ass. Wonder who that might have been.

Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman working the combine