Fabian Washington posed an interesting question on his Twitter account last night.
The Ravens cornerback asked his male followers how they would feel about playing their high school football for a female coach.
The question came after Washington linked to a story about Natalie Randolph, a woman who is entering her first season as head coach for Coolidge High School in Washington, D.C.
A lot of NFL players might not react positively to the idea of playing their high school ball for a woman, but Washington said that if the coach knows her stuff, he'd be cool with it.
"If it was me i would have a talk with her," Washington wrote. "Try to pick her brain a little bit and if she knew what she was talking about i would play.
"The thing ppl need to realize is that theres a lot of male high school head coaches that have know clue about the game. Just because you can play Madden doesn't mean you can coach football"
I can't say that I had heard of this story until I saw the link that Washington posted, but apparently it's drawing a good amount of national attention.
That attention got ratcheted up a bit when Randolph's anointed starting quarterback decided to transfer to a rival high school just one day before practices were scheduled to start.
The quarterback might have an issue with playing for a woman, but I know least one NFL player who wouldn't.