Former Saints LB Scott Fujita's Wife Just as Outspoken as Her Husband

We all know former Saints linebacker Scott Fujita has never been one to hold back his thoughts and feelings both on and off the field. He was an outspoken leader during his time here in New Orleans and just as outspoken on political topics, such as gay marriage, outside of the locker room. 

Turns out, the apple doesn't fall from from the tree. Scott's wife Jaclyn just published an article on The Nation about player health care in the NFL. Here are the parts I pulled to help summarize:

Now I know many don't want to hear our complaints: we made our bed and now we have to lie in it. But what about the pro football players of tomorrow who have no idea what they are stepping into?...

...And here they are, simply asking the men who profit from their work, to PLEASE look after their health, as they should have done throughout their career. They ask this so that someday, the young boy who chooses this path knows he will be protected the way he deserves. So his mother, wife, or child will know that even though that hit looks awful, there is someone on the sideline with his best interests at heart...    

...For it was those bodies and minds of 53 men on 32 teams who every year generate billions of dollars for this industry. They deserve to be cared about.

What do you guys think? Agree or disagree? Does the timing of this article have anything to do with the ongoing labor strife?

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