Sheldon Richardson blasts NFL on Twitter during game

Sheldon Richardson is at it again.

The Jets’ outspoken defensive tackle suffered a head injury in Sunday’s regular season finale against the Dolphins. He was quickly ruled out of action, presumably entering the league’s concussion protocol.

Richardson — a.k.a. “Godforshort” — didn’t like it one bit, taking to Twitter to criticize the Shield.

Be that as it may, the NFL also has a strict social media policy, prohibiting players from using Twitter during games.

Richardson, who claimed he’s as good as J.J. Watt, finishes his second season with 63 tackles and seven sacks. He complained about not making the Pro Bowl, and complained about how the league handles injuries.

Next he’ll get to complain about the hefty fine that’s come his way.

Zack Kelberman
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