Kluwe told CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 in his first television interview since being kicked off the team that he is confident an investigation will uncover the truth.
Over the past couple of years, the former punter has become known for his gay-rights activism, and in an article published Thursday on the website Deadspin he claimed he was fired by "Two Cowards And a Bigot" for his stance and not entirely for his performance on the field.
"I don't have anything against the Vikings organization itself. I had eight wonderful years with the Minnesota Vikings," Kluwe told CNN. "I had a problem with three individual people within the Vikings, and the fact remains is that I did everything my coaches wanted me to do (on the field). ... No one ever told me that I wasn't doing what I was supposed to do.
"The only thing that changed from Year 8 to when I got cut is that I started speaking out on same-sex rights.