Even though Adrian Peterson is "not with" gay marriage, Hines Ward doesn't think the league is ready for an openly gay player and Chris Culliver rejects the idea of having a gay teammate, the National Football League Players Association, or NFLPA, has taken a bold stance with the announcement of making LGBT Pride shirts available for purchase on their website.

So far, the list of former and present players' shirts includes Brendon Ayanbadejo, Chris Kluwe, Chris Gocong, Scott Fujita, Terrell Suggs, Steve Gleason, and Donte Stallworth. The available nine names reflects those NFL athletes that publicly support LGBT rights. 

As an added bonus, all the proceeds go towards Athlete Ally, a nonprofit organization founded by former Maryland wrestler Hudson Taylor which works towards achieving equality in organized sports.   

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[via Larry Brown Sports]