So far, Roquan Smith has done a good job of making sure his Twitter presence is appropriate, and he isn't causing any PR problems for the Chicago Bears. He appears to be very committed to being a successful linebacker in the NFL, and is careful about his social media presence. But could you imagine if he were a controversial figure who used Twitter as his medium? Here are 13 tweets Roquan Smith didn’t write, but could you imagine how crazy it would be if he did?
"We had a rough season last year," said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "There were many reasons for that, my weak leadership among them, but no reason was more apparent than a handful of our players occasionally kneeling during the National Anthem."
Reason 1 -- He dominated the scouting combine! Sure, it was 3 years ago, but did you SEE how he destroyed the 2015 scouting combine? He had a 4.35 40-yard dash time, and had 23 reps on the bench press. You cannot argue with these measurables, and this guy is DEFINITELY poised to have a breakout season.
“I started preparing by interviewing myself in the mirror. It’s interesting how my answers are thorough with surprisingly little substance. This job may be harder than it seems.”
"When you can get a player of Matt Forte's quality, you go out and do it," said Bears GM Ryan Pace, who let Forte walk after the 2015 season, "Even though he's announced he's no longer going to play, getting Matt in exchange for a fourth-round pick is a steal."
Following their 38-7 shellacking in Philadelphia Sunday night, President Donald Trump demanded the entire team be deported.
“Under coach Nagy’s tutelage, we hope to have the chance to hold a clipboard on the sidelines, acting as if we’re interested, and being inactive for most games while collecting a combined $12 million next season,” the pair said in a joint statement.