Jermichael Finley probably wishes he had this one back.
The top story in the sports world this morning involves former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was found dead in his jail cell early this morning after committing suicide. Hernandez was serving a life sentence for murder.
In the immediate aftermath of the news getting out, many people shared their views on social media. One of those people was former Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley.
Here is Finley's tweet, which was eventually deleted. It's weird, because it almost sounds like he didn't know Hernandez's story, which of course he had to.
As you might expect, the reaction to Finley's tweet wasn't positive.
Finley later tweeted "Count your blessings." He also tweeted this in response to a column about Hernandez's four-year-old daughter and the court appearance she made.
On that we can agree. This is a brutal situation for Hernandez's young daughter.
It doesn't seem like Finley meant to offend anyone with his earlier post. This is just a reminder of the best rule to follow: don't tweet.
Ever. About anything.