Ryan O'Callaghan had spent a lot of time cultivating a self-accepting identity that he spent so much time trying to escape. He may not have been taken aback by being a gay man in the gay environment of West Hollywood. But sitting in front of those cameras, telling an account that would be broadcast to millions — that unnerved him. Hopefully someone could relate to my story.
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He is more than six years removed from his last season in the NFL and almost two months removed from publicly acknowledging he is gay. But he said his life probably would have ended years ago if he had not met Susan B. Wilson, a clinical psychologist in Kansas City.
NFL News. Ryan O'Callaghan had been publicly out for just a few months when he was asked to contribute to 'Note to Self' , a much-loved segment on one of America's biggest morning TV shows. Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Joe Biden and Kermit the Frog are just a few of the famous names to have featured in past episodes, writing and voicing personal letters of guidance to younger versions of themselves. Speaking directly to camera, O'Callaghan connects instantly. As a lineman, he played over 50 games for the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs, but there is no talk of glory days.