It's true, any NFL team that might want to take a chance on Chad (they probably shouldn't) will be watching his social media antics.
Slowly, he's been returning to Twitter.
“Teams are very focused on avoiding any type of individuals who have problems in their personal life. The league and team owners are very cognoscente of any players who are overly active on social media. God knows, Chad lived his life on Twitter it seems!
“Players such as Chad — this is a message to everyone in the league along with college players — it is better to walk quietly and carry a big stick. Certainly guys who are able to understand, but many like Chad, push the limits of social media.”
In other words, if you want a job in the NFL again, Chad: tread lightly.
Also, stop (allegedly) head butting women. That would probably help.
The expert continued:
“The league officials make sure that fans never forget, so in this case I believe that this will linger on and initiate a lot of closed door meetings between the GM and the coach during the interview process should Chad be allowed back in the league.”
We HOPE nobody ever forgets!
Same with Michael Vick — nobody should just let what these men have done slide, just because they play a sport.
Honestly, it's staggering how many sports players get themselves into trouble.
Time to grow up!
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