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His coach at Mizzou, Gary Pinkel, said that he suspects that initial locker room reaction may have been mixed, but no player ever approached the coaching staff about it. In discussing his teammates, Sam told ESPN “they supported me from day one. I couldn’t have better teammates. … I’m telling you what: I wouldn’t have the strength to do this today if I didn’t know how much support they’d given me this past semester.”
Much like Dodgers shortstop Pee Wee Reese standing alongside Robinson with his arm around him in the face of a racist crowd in Cincinnati in 1947, Mizzou’s locker room atmosphere was the supportive force that fostered Sam’s trust and ultimately led him to feel comfortable exposing himself to the rest of the world.
Sure, not all the Dodgers were okay with sharing the field with a black player, but Rickey quickly showed them the door. Hopefully individuals in the NFL’s front offices will start to think the same way.