INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - This could be as good a time as there has ever been for an openly gay player in the NFL.
The league will be watching.
The annual scouting combine opened Thursday in Indianapolis and decision-makers from teams around the league spoke of being on guard for the kind of bad behavior detailed last week in an NFL-ordered report on the bullying scandal in Miami.
Most said a culture of respect was already in place with their teams before Richie Incognito became an infamous name and there aren't major signs of response to the scandal. Still, some tangible steps have emerged - in Miami and elsewhere.

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