Arian Foster of Houston Texans football fame tweeted an MRI picture of his hamstring to assure fans that his injury was not serious, reports NFL.com
“This is an MRI of my hamstring, The white stuff surrounding the muscle is known in the medical world as anti-awesomeness,” Foster tweeted.
“If I had a ‘significant injury’ why post it? I’ll be fine, it was just meant to make fun of the whole situation. Humor is lost nowadays,” he wrote.
Foster aggravated the previous injury during a game against the San Francisco 49ers after which he wrote a tweet that incited controversy.
“4 those sincerely concerned, I’m doing OK & plan to B back by opening day. 4 those worried abt your fantasy team, u ppl are sick.”
He later went on to clarify the message to teammates saying that the tweet was taken out of context.
“What I was saying that people who value a digital game over a human being’s health is just kind of weird to me. And that’s all that I meant by that, and people took it as, oh, I don’t care about fantasy football. I think it’s good for the game. It gets people that don’t really watch into it. I’m on my mother’s fantasy football team, so I’ve got to do good,” he responded.
“It got taken out of context. I love all my fans, and if you’ve been following me on Twitter, you know what kind of person and human being I am, and if you know me, you know what kind of human being I am. I try to promote peace, man, because that’s what I’m all about.”
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