Everyone has something to say about the reality show surrounding Michael Sam. Why? Why are people so against this? To be fair he has to make the team first and then we can realize the hypocrisy. We know the life of Michael Sam will be a topic of conversation for The NFl,, so Sam is dictating to an extent, his story. I understand The St. Louis Rams may not want the distraction, but if HBO or ESPN chose to follow Sam during training camp would The Rams be open for it? The NFL should be documenting what Michael Sam is doing anyway because he isn’t just another football player. He is the first openly gay player and this does open the door to a new challenge acceptance for those in NFL locker rooms. I get The NFL being upset that Sam had this reality show in the works but the league could have used such thing to not have a team draft him. Now that he is drafted he will have to answer the same questions about life as an openly gay NFL player on all the pre shows. To have to be put on display in that manner by The NFL is normal for us as viewers but not for a player to go outside and do the same thing I guess. The truth is I wouldn’t watch the show, I also don ‘t think the show would be aimed at me anyway. I think it would be a show targeted at gays and those who are athletes and sports lovers. I personally don’t care about Michael Sam or any rookie to be honest, they haven’t played one down yet for me to invest in their lives. For people to come way with negatives views about someone getting a jump the media and how much of his story will play a part this season still confuses me. Good luck to Michael Sam with the show, if does happen since the people over at OWN are rethinking the show. That means since they’ve somehow made it come off as the wrong thing to do there shouldn’t be some short documentary on The NFL Network about the first openly gay player. I think The NFL was mad they didn’t get the opportunity to capitalize on Michael Sam first.