Former NFL Star/Actor, Fred Dryer: NFL Now ‘Gov’t Football; ’GOP Dead From the Neck Up’

Former Rams Defensive End and actor Fred Dryer, most famous for his role on “Hunter,” was interviewed (LISTEN BELOW) on the popular Mark Levin Show on Friday. Dryer was very outspoken, saying that the political correctness taking over the NFL is evidence that the league has become “Government Football.” Dryer, a rare conservative in Hollywood, said that the Republican Party leadership is weak and is “dead from the neck up.”

Levin asked Dryer about the NFL’s announcement that they were going to begin issuing penalties for saying certain words, and Dryer responds that the NFL is becoming like political activists:

It’s government football now. When I played from ’69-’81, that was the era before ESPN and the media explosion, it was a better time. There were gay players then, they were using the “n” word then, they’re using it now, they’re gay players now, nothing’s changed except the politics.

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