Patriots Beat Writer Who Said Tyrann Mathieu Would Be a Bust, Blocks Him on Twitter
Former LSU standout and current Arizona Cardinals Safety Tyrann Mathieu became the highest paid safety in the NFL a few days ago. And apparently he’s been waiting 3 years to troll someone who doubted him.
Three years ago, New England Patriots beat writer Sean Glennon openly doubted Mathieu on Twitter, stating he had XFL personality with XFL talent.
Why would any #NFL team even entertain the notion of risking a draft pick on Tyrann Mathieu at this point? XFL personality; XFL talent.
— Sean Glennon (@SeanGlennon) April 24, 2013
My great hope is that someone will take Tyrann Mathieu so I don’t have to hear about him again when the #Patriots are on the clock next.
— Sean Glennon (@SeanGlennon) April 27, 2013
— Sean Glennon (@SeanGlennon) May 23, 2013
On Saturday, Mathieu wanted to troll the guy about what he said, but quickly found out he was blocked by him. Mathieu has since deleted the tweet, but it said:
“So the guy who said I would be a bust 4 years ago, urged teams not to draft me blocked me,you too old for that man!”