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Move over Brent Musberger, there's another man out there pining for A.J. McCarron's fiance.
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett chose Twitter as his vehicle of choice to express his feelings on Katherine Webb early in 2013.
The night ESPN chose to focus its attention on Webb over the savage beating that Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide handed Notre Dame, Dockett was using social media to court the former Miss Alabama winner.
Dockett's tweets have been removed, but thankfully Simon Samano of USA TODAY wrote down what he said on that fateful night.
Dockett asked Webb to meet him at Wing Stop for some grub—probably lemon pepper wings—before heading over to the prestigious gentleman's club King of Diamonds for a nightcap. He even went as far as to give Webb his digits.
Obviously, McCarron didn't take too kindly to the 290-pounder talking to his girl. Dockett continued with his antics, until McCarron fired back.
"Pro player and u gotta try & be twitter thirsty! I saw you today bro with Katherine looked dead at you & u didn't say a thing!" the former Alabama QB tweeted.
The two went back-and-forth giving blogs a lot to talk about and Webb even more attention.
It seemed like the beef had finally cooled off, until this year's NFL draft brought up old memories.
Talking on ESPN2's Highly Questionable, hosts Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones asked McCarron about the possibility of teaming up with Dockett, per Steve DelVecchio of Larry Brown Sports.
McCarron may have responded with class, but Dockett didn't return the favor.
After a tireless battle in the trenches of Twitter, the two wound up squashing their beef. For long how long said beef stays squashed remains to be seen.