Expect another gay marriage endorsement from the world of professional sports later this week when Giants owner Steve Tisch releases a video.

NBC Sports' Off The Bench is reporting that the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) New Yorkers for Marriage Equality Campaign will release a 30-second video later this week featuring Tisch.

Last week, 39-year-old former Giants defensive end Michael Strahan became just the third professional athlete behind New York Rangers winger Sean Avery and Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash to star in a video for the campaign that began last year.

In the video, Strahan says he feels “it's unfair to stop committed couples from getting married” and urges New Yorkers to support Governor Andrew Cuomo's plan to make New York the sixth state to legalize gay marriage. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

Avery's endorsement created the most controversy – either because he was the first or because of the hockey player's reputation as an agitator – opening a previously mostly silent discussion on homophobia in professional sports.

Other professional football players have also expressed support, including Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Donte Stallworth, New England Patriots safety Bret Lockett, Carolina Panthers linebacker Nic Harris, and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo.