Former Alabama and NFL star fullback Le’Ron McClain seems to be going through a really trying time in his life and he is pleading for help.
He took to social media on Saturday to vent frustration about the NFL and struggles with head injuries.
“I have to get my head checked,” McClain tweeted on Saturday morning “Playing fullback since high school. Its takes too (expletive) much to do anything. My brain is (expletive) tired…. @NFL i need some help with this shyt. Dark times and its showing. (Expletive) help me please!! They dont care I had to get lawyers man! … Like im mad im pissed im crying im upset im a (expletive) mess!!!! Please man.”
“Need to tell my story of how my head is crazy and how football did it…. Please someone help me get this out the @NFL puts paperwork in out faces and thats it. Yes its programs (expletive) all that I need help now I need a plan….. (Expletive) Man. They don’t (expletive) get it man,” McClain wrote.
“Watch how fast they come to aid if I was som3 QB or anything but no I was (expletive) fullback that did it all. @NFL I need help and i need the process to speed the (expletive) up Im about to crash out and its paperwork I dont wanna hear it. (Expletive) man im done…. Im out.”
McClain ended his rants on a more positive note:
“God be with me. I got this I got this.. . . . Man had a moment but just know Imma fight this thing and block it like im blocking 60 Pwr on the goaline. We gonna score!!!! I got this. Its just LiFE. #AlphaMental…. Thank you to my biscuit lol. Control what I control.”
The 34-year-old was a fourth-round pick out of Alabama in 2007, playing for the Ravens from 2007-10, the Chiefs in 2011 and the Chargers from 2012-13.
McClain racked up 1,310 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns and had 557 receiving yards and three touchdowns.