Tuesday July 22nd, 2014

Keith Olbermann took aim at Tony Dungy for his recent comments that he would not have selected Michael Sam because he felt his homosexuality would be a distraction to the team.

Olbermann points out the hypocrisy of the statement, and that Dungy has previously been willing to step out on a limb for players like Michael Vick when he was returning from his prison sentence.

Also on Extra Mustard: John Oliver eviscerates FIFA and the World Cup

After calling out Dungy for his outdated stance, Olbermann dives deeper into the controversy with ESPN columnist Jason Whitlock.


-Brendan Maloy

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