VIDEO: Chris Kluwe calls out Vikings on MSNBC

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Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is one of the most outspoken players in the history of the NFL. The avid marriage equality and gay rights advocate has as much a social conscience as anyone to ever play the game. From gun control to civil rights, Kluwe is somebody who almost always has something meaningful to say.

And he’s had A LOT to say about the Minnesota Vikings lately on Twitter. Chris Kluwe been pulling no punches on social media and he wants everyone to know that he does in fact know where the proverbial bodies are buried.

The following is a segment from MSNBC’s “Ed Show,” and it’s entitled “Fighting for Equality in the NFL.”

The Vikings decided to suspend special teams coordinator Mike Priefer in response to allegations of anti-gay slurs and taunts. Kluwe, who has led the change against the Vikings to fight such slurs, and Kluwe’s lawyer join Ed Schultz. Video below:

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