When Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali took to Twitter to let the world know he was upset about his playing time just over a week ago, many expected a rift in the Chiefs’ locker room.
Hali questioned the amount of playing time he received, and the fact that some of the team’s leaders did not show up for the voluntary offseason team activities. On Sunday, after the Chiefs’ third training camp practice of the year, linebacker Dee Ford was asked for his thoughts about Hali’s comments.
“What?” he asked, genuinely. “I don’t know. I don’t get on Twitter. I don’t do that stuff. I was probably working out, chilling with my girl or talking to my momma.
“Tamba is my big bro, and he’ll always be my big bro.”
A reporter asked a follow-up question. Same answer for Ford.
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