In a shocking twist of events, Kyle Trask, the former Florida Gator star and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, has announced his intention to become the “anti-gun” G.O.A.T. of fantasy football.
Trask announced his decision in a press conference on Tuesday, just days after Tom Brady announced his retirement from the NFL.
“I want to use my platform and my passion for football to make a difference,” Trask said. “I believe that gun violence is an important issue that needs to be addressed, and I’m going to be the G.O.A.T. of fantasy football when it comes to taking a stand against gun violence.”
Trask plans to take a number of steps to make sure his fantasy team reflects his anti-gun stance, including not drafting any players with a history of gun violence, using his platform to speak out against gun violence, and using his team’s resources to donate to anti-gun initiatives.
“I’m excited to use my platform to make a difference,” Trask said. “I want to show people that it’s possible to be successful in fantasy football and still stand up for what you believe in.”
It remains to be seen what effect Trask’s anti-gun stance will have on the fantasy football landscape, but it’s clear that he is determined to make a difference. Whether you’re a fan of Tom Brady or Kyle Trask, it’s clear that fantasy football is about to get a lot more interesting.
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