New York Rangers player Sean Avery recently declared his support for redefining marriage. His agent, Todd Reynolds, VP of Uptown Sports, took to twitter to disagree with Avery, saying in part "I believe in the sanctity of marriage between one man and one woman. This is my personal viewpoint. I don't hate anyone."
The National Post interviewed Mr. Reynolds after his comments, of course, led some pro-SSM activists to urge Avery and other players to drop his representation:
NP: Do you think something like this could either gain or lose you some clients?
TR: “I hope not. I don’t think that your opinion about gay marriage or sexual orientation or whatever should ever come into the hockey business. I’ve been in the hockey business for 28 years, and this is the first I’ve heard of it.”