NFL is taking the next step in supporting LGBT athletes

The NFL announced it would be taking steps to support LGBT athletes, starting with its official website, which will feature a transgender athlete in a new position, the NFLPA announced on Wednesday.

“We are pleased to announce that our league will be partnering with the NFL to bring visibility to the transgender community, in a way that will empower our athletes, fans and community to be able to connect with the athletes they know and love,” the league said in a statement.

It is an important step in the right direction, as this new generation of LGBT athletes will be able now to connect to one another on the field and in the community and help each other through the tough times of life.” “

We are also pleased to welcome our very first trans athlete to the leadership team, as the first openly transgender athlete to serve in the NFL.”

It is an important step in the right direction, as this new generation of LGBT athletes will be able now to connect to one another on the field and in the community and help each other through the tough times of life.

“The NFLPA is also encouraging fans to join the team to support the LGBT community.”

The NFL is a safe space for LGBT athletes to be who they are, to play, to cheer, and to play football and football together.””

For many years, LGBT athletes have been forced to live in hiding, and this is the time for them to come out.

The NFL is a safe space for LGBT athletes to be who they are, to play, to cheer, and to play football and football together.”

The NFL, however, is not the only major league in the United States to take steps to embrace the LGBT experience.

MLB has also embraced the trans community with the addition of an official transgender player in the field of pitching, and MLB players are now allowed to wear their hair in a feminine fashion.