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Kendall Fuller's Cleat Campaign Support for FCA Sparks Controversy

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Kendall Fuller's Cleat Campaign Support for FCA Sparks Controversy

Washington Commanders' cornerback, Kendall Fuller, manifested his allegiance to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) during a game against the Miami Dolphins, as part of the NFL's My Cause My Cleats campaign. Despite being under the microscope of OutSports - a platform covering LGBTQ+ issues in sports - for the group's views, perceived as anti-LGBTQ+, the FCA reiterated its gratitude towards the players representing it in the campaign.

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FCA's Stance Amid Scrutiny

The FCA has been subjected to criticism for its policies, including the belief that marriage should be solely between a man and a woman and a sexual purity statement that denounces sex outside of marriage and homosexual acts. However, the group maintains its intent for 69 years, transforming the world through the teachings of Jesus Christ, specifically targeting coaches and athletes.

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Despite their controversial views, the FCA asserted that it welcomes everyone to its activities and events. Aiming to treat every individual with love, dignity, and respect, the group's stance seems to intertwine religious faith with a universal acceptance principle.

Fuller's Silent Supporters?

Kendall Fuller, who is marking his eighth NFL season with impressive stats of playing in 12 games and two interceptions this season, did not receive an immediate response from the Washington Commanders. The team's silence raises questions about its stance on the matter, leaving room for future discussions.

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