Zinno And Brendon Ayanbadejo Talk PED's
Former Ravens LB Ayanbadejo Sees Gay NFL Players Coming OutFormer Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo says up to four NFL players may soon come out as gay, according to a published report.
Ayanbadejo Uses Social Media To Say Goodbye To Ravens FansBrendon Ayanbadejo used social media to say goodbye, thanking the Ravens and fans for what he calls an amazing ride.
Ayanbadejo On Possible NFL Player Coming OutTwo days after speaking at marriage equality rally at the Supreme Court, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo joined The Jim Rome Show.
Supreme Court Will Hear 2 Cases That Could Define Marriage For The NationOn Tuesday the issue of same-sex marriage will be in front of the nation's highest court. This week, justices will hear arguments on two cases that could define marriage for the nation.
Brendon Ayanbedejo Talks Winning The Super BowlBrendon Ayanbedejo talks about playing in the Superbowl and the expereincing all the festivities that surround it.
Del. Burns Criticized For Letterhead Sent To Ravens Opposing Same-Sex MarriageA Maryland state delegate is reprimanded by an ethics committee. Del. Emmett Burns misused official stationary in a letter to the Baltimore Ravens urging the team to silence players who support same-sex marriage.
Gay-Rights Backers Await For Their Jackie RobinsonBrendon Ayanbadejo has heard from many players who applaud his support of gay marriage -- some of them teammates, others from the opposing side of the line.
Ravens LB Brendon Ayanbadejo 'Stoked' About Gay Marriage VoteBaltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo was delighted to learn that the majority of Maryland voters shared his opinion on same sex marriage.
Ravens LB Ayanbadejo Approves Of Gay Marriage Vote Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo is delighted Marylanders voted in favor of same sex marriage.
O'Malley Joins Ravens Linebacker At Same-Sex Marriage FundraiserThere's new high-profile support in Maryland's same-sex marriage debate. With less than a month to go until Election Day, both sides are taking to the airwaves, and the governor and a star Ravens player pushed to sway voters Monday night.