Originally Posted by Edman
That's fine. Call him out on his views. You have a right to do that, just like he has a right to speak out against Gays.
However, no one should be excluded from the team. Like I said, this is where Culliver went wrong. He can speak up for himself, but he cannot speak up for the organization.
It's employment at will - if your private employer is taking a greater hit from your conduct than you are delivering to the bottom line then you are gone (same reason the Steelers said bye bye to Rainey but kept Harrison and Roethlisberger)
That DB has a right to say what he wants and the 49ers have a right to get rid of him