NFL MVP on Gay Marriage: "I'm not with that" - NBC Bay Area

NFL MVP on Gay Marriage: "I'm not with that"

Adrian Peterson said in a radio interview he does not believe in gay marriage



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    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- NFL MVP Adrian Peterson says he has family members who are gay whom he loves and respects. But on gay marriage, the Minnesota Vikings running back says "that's not something I believe in."

    Peterson made his comments in a recent interview with Sirius/XM NFL radio. He was asked his thoughts on the Vikings cutting longtime punter Chris Kluwe, an outspoken advocate for gay rights and gay marriage. Kluwe later signed with the Oakland Raiders.

    Peterson says he considers Kluwe a good friend. He says: "I have relatives who are gay. I'm not biased towards them. I still treat them the same. I love 'em. But again, I'm not with that. That's not something I believe in. But to each his own."

    Gay marriage will become legal in Minnesota on Aug. 1.