It appears an NFL player who said his social media accounts were hacked was telling the truth.
According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com, explicit videos and pictures of Giants outside Avery Moss were posted online before they were removed 30 minutes later, after NFL security got involved.
The hackers were also able to get into other accounts, including the online payment platform Venmo.
That entails distributing the ball to a talented cast led by Rudolph, Diggs, Thielen and running back Dalvin Cook while capitalizing on the support provided by last season’s top-ranked defense.
It’s very freeing for me, Cousins continued, because, like I said, I just have to do my part instead of thinking I have to do more than that.
We’ve become so accustomed to thinking players must comply with what we want that we sometimes forget they are their own people. They can do what they wish with their own damn lives.
Would I go to the Hall of Fame if I was inducted? Hell yeah. My goal remains to be inducted into the Nerd Hall of Fame, and I would be there with pointed ears if I were selected. But I’m not Owens.
I do know him, though, and my guess is that he will change his mind and attend after all. While it’s possible he’s being a jerk (or he has some other reason not to attend), this is likely just Owens being Owens, and he’ll change his mind again.
But if he doesn’t, that’s his right. It’s also typical Owens.
Good for him.
So really focused on the veterans there through the (organized team activities) and now the focus will … be exclusively for our young players. So this is a huge opportunity and it’s really the same message I gave the players this morning and last Thursday is we’ve got to take a jump as a football team. You see it every year, young guys start to figure it out.