Former Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino has admitted having an affair and fathering a child in 2005 with an employee at CBS, where he is a member of The NFL Today crew.According to the New York Post, Donna Savattere was a 35-year-old production assistant at CBS in Manhattan when she began an affair with Marino, who is married with six children. Savattere gave birth to their daughter, Chloe, in June 2005 and Marino allegedly paid Savattere millions of dollars to keep quiet and temporarily move to Texas after the birth.Marino, now 51, has been an NFL analyst for CBS since 2003. In a statement, he told the Post, "This is a personal and private matter. I take full responsibility both personally and financially for my actions now as I did then. We mutually agreed to keep our arrangement private to protect all parties involved."My wife [Claire] and I have been married for almost 30 years and have six children together," the statement continued, "and we continue to be a strong and loving family."Savattere has since returned to New York, is now married and has another child with her husband, according to the Post.Niners DB apologizesDuring a radio interview Wednesday with comedian Artie Lange, 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver drew attention, and criticism, with his remarks about the possibility of gay players on the 49ers."I don't do the gay guys, man. I don't do that," Culliver said in the one-minute taped interview. "Ain't got no gay people on the team. They gotta get up outta here if they do. Can't be with that sweet stuff."He added he wouldn't welcome a gay teammate -- no matter how talented."Naw. Can't be ... in the locker room, nah," he said. "You've gotta come out 10 years later after that."The 49ers released a statement later that day condemning the comments, and Culliver apologized in a statement. On Thursday, he addressed a crowd of reporters and apologized again.On Thursday, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said his team would welcome a gay teammate."We wouldn't have a problem with it," Suggs said. "We don't really care too much about that. We're a football team. ... We just accept people for who they are and we don't really care too much about a player's sexuality."Briefly Packers: Donald Driver, the team's all-time leading receiver, announced his retirement Thursday. Driver's 14-year career ends as Green Bay's all-time leader in yards receiving (10,137 yards), catches (743) and 1,000-yard seasons (seven). He is third with 61 touchdown receptions. Ravens: Player complaints about the rock-hard condition of the artificial turf at Tulane University led the Ravens to shift their practice operations to the New Orleans Saints' indoor training facility. The players were unhappy about the surface on an outdoor baseball diamond, expressing concern that it would cause swelling in their joints. Seahawks: Linebacker Leroy Hill made a court appearance and has another scheduled today in the accused assault of his girlfriend. Hill's girlfriend told police she was struck 15 to 20 times by Hill, including being hit with a bottle of alcohol in the legs and torso and that Hill used a knife to cut up two of the woman's purses and a pair of shoes. Redskins: The team is raising general admission ticket prices for the first time in seven years.