Less than a week after GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump dismissed his hot mic comments as "locker room talk", a Denver Bronco appears to agree.
Cornerback Aqib Talib said Tuesday that "Trump may fit in" at the defending Super Bowl champions' locker room.
Talib, 30, was asked during media availability if he could comment on what locker room banter is. This question came just days after 11-year-old audio surfaced of Trump bragging about how he could "grab women by the p***y" because he was a "star."
“There’s a lot of locker room comments, man. We talk about everything in here," Talib said. "Trump may fit in if he came in here, who knows?”
Talib on locker room talk: a lot of things are said in the locker room. Trump might fit in in our locker room.— Aaron Matas (@AaronMatas) October 11, 2016
Many, including professional athletes, have slammed Trump for his comments, saying what the then 59-year-old is describing is sexual assault and not just "what men talk about behind closed doors."
Played sports since 7 years old...46 now...39 years of hearing "locker room talk"...never heard sexual assault bragged about. #CantExcuseIt— Chad Brown (@chadbrown94) October 10, 2016