Twitter is changing the way NFL players communicate with one another, with fans and with the media. Football players have become news breakers as much as news makers.
Whether they call out an opponent before a big game, explain their performance from the previous week or just tell all their followers what they are doing, Tweeters across the NFL are making headlines, all in 140 characters or less.
Some players have created distractions with Twitter, others have made enemies. The players on this list should not be allowed to have Twitter accounts due to past transgressions.
Get ready for some bad grammar, unreadable short-hand and occasional profane language. NFL players are not known for the literary value of their tweets.