Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib comes out as gay, making him the first active player in NFL history to do so. The 28-year-old also announced a $100,000 donation to The Trevor Project, a suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ youth. Jericka
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Published: 2021-06-22 08:44 am
Las Vegas Raiders' Carl Nassib is first active NFL player to come out as gay
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