I think that's great. Not that Laveranues was touched in the butt by his stepfather, that's awful, I think it's great that he's talking about it. Stuff like this reminds us that football players aren't the godlike men that I pretend they are, they're human beings. Some of them are human beings that have suffered. Whether you like it or not, they're important people that can spotlight issues. Warrick Dunn, who might be the 2nd best person next to Roberto Clemente to ever play pro-sports, has "Homes for the Holidays". A charity he started to put single mothers into houses. Sure, some people might think that this is just Warrick's way to bang milfs but I've seen clips of some of the chicks. Apparently, Warrick gives them a home and a gift certificate to Luby's. Reminding people like me that these people are people makes me love the game even more. I like that Randy Moss cries during interviews while having a complete manic depressive meltdown. I like that Esera Tuaolo and David Kopay are out of the closet and queering off on Real Sports. Every time a family member dies, Brett Favre rapes another team. I love it.
New York Jets wide receiver Laveranues Coles
is a survivor of sexual abuse. In a profile in Sunday editions of The New York Times, Coles said he was
molested between the ages of 10 and 13 by a man his mother later married. The Pro Bowl wide receiver thought he was alone in his inner struggles, and too
proud to let any outsiders into his personal prison. But Coles recently decided to free himself of his secret in the hopes it might help other children who have