Danny O’neil posted this on TNT and it just solidifies ex Seattle Seahawks coach Jim Mora as the pompous arrogant dip we all thought he was, and came to know over the course of his one year stint in Seahawk land.
The grass is always greener? I guess it is when your always shi^%$ing in your neighbors yard?
Word to the wise Mora, “GET A LIFE YOU IDIOT”!
It started out innocuous enough: Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck used Twitter to wish tight end John Carlson happy birthday:
That’s nice, right? Well wishes to a friend, an optimistic projection for teammate.
That was the cue for ESPN’s Adam Schefter to point out that he had big expectations for Carlson last year.
Well, that’s all in good fun, right? May is a slow month when it comes to the NFL.
And Hasselbeck pointed out the reason this season might be different:
Well, that apparently rubbed a certain former coach the wrong way. Carlson’s role in Seattle’s offense last season became a question, and the issue of Carlson’s production prompted this response from Jim Mora.
Ooooh, snap. Looks like we got a Twitter beef going, right? Well, Hasselbeck threw cold water on that.
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