If you’re a professional athlete who isn’t going to play your entire career for a single franchise, you should probably refrain from ever tweeting about other teams entirely. Former 49ers running back Carlos Hyde is reportedly expected to sign with the Cleveland Browns on a three-year deal, according to the NFL Network, nearly seven years after he unleashed this public criticism of Cleveland sports.

Cleveland sports are horrible lol

— Carlos Hyde (@elguapo) July 31, 2011

Hyde is from Cincinnati, so it’s a bit more understandable that he wouldn’t be fond of Cleveland, but the Tweet went viral anyway following the news of his signing.

Hyde is far from the only athlete to have an embarrassing old tweet pop up following a career move. Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Nick Young, for example, believed Warriors fans “dnt know nothing about basketball” in 2016.

I hate 2016 GS fans … They dnt know nothing about basketball

— Nick Young (@NickSwagyPYoung) June 11, 2016

Patriots linebacker James Harrison got a big laugh out of Spygate.

“@DillyDillz: Hard to win a superbowl w/o knowin the other teams plays Bill? #spygate #9years @jharrison9292 @AntonioBrown84 LMAO

— James Harrison (@jharrison9292) January 21, 2013

Perhaps the holy grail of old tweets, Kevin Durant was not a fan of stars forming superteams in 2010.

Now everybody wanna play for the heat and the Lakers? Let’s go back to being competitive and going at these peoples!

— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) July 16, 2010

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott once called out Tony Romo while in college.

Jerami Grant may have had some explaining to do after he was traded from Philadelphia to Oklahoma City in 2017.

The lesson here? Don’t tweet about teams and athletes, at least not if you have a chance …read more

Source:: For The Win


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