Adrian Peterson of Minnesota Vikings recently gave his opinion on gay marriage during a radio interview.
Fox News reports that Peterson was on a Sirius XM radio interview when the hosts asked what he thought about gay marriage. In short, he personally doesn't believe in gay marriage, but he's not going to stand in the way either. He also says that he has no ill will towards gays as some people in his family identify as such. He says that he loves them all the same:
“To each his own, (but) I’m not with it. I have relatives that are gay. I'm not bias towards them. I still treat them the same. I love them. But, again, I'm not with that. That's not something I believe in. But to each his own."
The question originally came up in response to former Vikings teammate Chris Kluwe's outspoken views on gay marriage. Kluwe is adamantly for gay marriage and made his opinion vocally known via numerous media outlets. He was later let go from the Vikings and many thought his political views were the reason. The official stance is that Kluwe wasn't let go for his political views, and Peterson confirms that as well. He did say, however, that he was sad to see him go even if they had radically different political views.