More than 30 NFL teams have already announced their intentions to start investigating and prosecuting the sexual assaults and rape fantasies of former players, including the Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, and Arizona Cardinals.
Now, more than 30 teams have said they will investigate and prosecute former players and teams have indicated they are going to do so.
Nowhere is the idea that these reports will lead to prosecutions more than in the case of Dolphin Rape Fantasy Stories, a series of articles written by former NFL players and written by one former player and written in 2015 by former offensive lineman Michael Phelps.
The articles began as a response to the allegations made against former NFL star Deion Sanders by former Tennessee Titans linebacker Deion Butler, who was arrested last year on sexual assault charges and charged with rape.
“It’s just a sad commentary on society and how we treat women,” Phelps said in a video interview with ESPN’s “Mike and Mike” show last week.
“People are going after people who do horrible things to women and people are just not going to listen.
“There’s just so much more to it than just one man who has a problem.” “
According to the ESPN report, Phelps said that while he doesn’t condone rape, he believes it’s necessary to confront it. “
There’s just so much more to it than just one man who has a problem.”
According to the ESPN report, Phelps said that while he doesn’t condone rape, he believes it’s necessary to confront it.
“I feel like you have to take the whole person,” Phelps told ESPN.
“We need to be willing to talk about that and try to understand the whole story, because that’s how you get to a place where we can solve these problems.”
Phelps said he would continue to stand up for the rights of athletes.
“You’re going into your body, you’re taking a beating, and that’s something that no one should ever have to deal with,” Phelps added.
“But you can’t stop the pain that it’s causing.
That’s why I feel that the only way to make it change is to make a change in the culture.”
Phelps is not the only former player to have written a response.
In November, former Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Michael Bennett wrote a letter to the media detailing his experiences with Dolphin Rape Stories and his thoughts on the topic.
Bennett, who has two daughters, wrote that he was “deeply moved” by the stories, adding that it was a message that could “change the lives of countless athletes and people who are affected by the problem.”
Bennett also wrote that the “expert consensus” that Dolphin Rape is a problem was “the result of decades of media hype, sensationalism and misinformation” and said that he believed that there were “no valid excuses” for the actions of athletes who engage in sexual assaults.
“To be clear, I’m not saying these stories don’t happen.
I’m saying there is no scientific consensus on Dolphin Rape and that these stories do not reflect the reality of women in the military,” Bennett wrote.
I believe that to be the best way to help change this problem.” “
In order to truly understand what’s going on, you have the ability to see the entire picture and not only a part of it.
I believe that to be the best way to help change this problem.”
Former Minnesota Vikings defensive end Chris Long, who played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2007-12, also wrote a lengthy response to Dolphin Rape Fantasies in November, saying that he believes that there is “no legitimate excuse for the crimes that occur.”
“In many ways, Dolphin Rape fantasies are part of the American Dream and part of our collective national fabric,” Long wrote.
He added that “this is a part and parcel of the human experience and that we need to continue to look beyond what happens in movies, television, games and other media to the reality we all face every day.”
Long went on to write that it is important to recognize that “women are victims of the abuse they endure every day.
This is a reality that has been widely reported in the media.
The truth is that rape is not an issue for some, and it is not acceptable for others.”
Phelps has written on several occasions that the stories have a “moral tone.”
He also has said that there are a lot of people who have sexual experiences with animals.
Phelps said on Twitter that he has been “forced to sit and listen” to Dolphin Racism Stories.
He also tweeted a quote from former Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo, who said that “you can’t say anything about anything.
“You can’t speak about anything,” Phelps tweeted, “but you can be part of a community, and you can do good.”
Former Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips tweeted on November 4 that “every time a dolphin or a dolphin rape comes up, it makes me more aware that we’re not alone.
We’re not the most perfect people.
And if we don’t start treating it like it is