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Topic - Brendan Dwyer
Washington Wizards center Jason Collins on Monday became the first "active" player in the "big four" of American professional sports to reveal he is gay, and the immediate reaction from athletes was overwhelmingly supportive.
"There's a difference between someone coming out at 34 rather than 22," Dwyer said. "I hope he can be a role model, that people don't have to wait until the end of their careers. It is interesting that he did it as a free agent. What team will take the risk now? There will be some positives and some negatives. It takes a lot of courage to do what Jason did, regardless of the time."
Collins, Dwyer said, "deserves credit for having the guts to go through with this.