Watch NFL Players Read Mean Tweets In Hilarious Jimmy Kimmel Live Video

As long as people are Tweeting mean things at celebrities, it seems Jimmy Kimmel will be there to get some of those famous people to read those mean Tweets aloud and really put the jabs into perspective... or at the very least, allow us to laugh at their reactions. The latest installment to Jimmy Kimmel Live's "Mean Tweets" segment has NFL players reading the nasty things people have said about them on Twitter.

NFL players have feelings too, don't they? The above video shows how some of them react to the mean tweets people have posted about them. In some cases, it's just a bunch of name calling. Like Terrell Owens being called a piece of donkey shit, San Diego Chargers' Dwight Freeney being called a dick, or Dashon Goldson being referred to as a "fuck head." And someone thinks Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is a "baby back bItCh." It gets even more personal for others. DeSean Jackson is called out for shopping at Express while, Keyshawn Johnson is accused of eating all of the people who cover him. Meanwhile, someone hopes Erin Andrews has a ball thrown at her temple to knock the stupid out of her. Harsh words.

Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews actually says he respects the Tweet that mocks him for not playing because of an injured thumb and to "Chop that thing the fuck off and get in there." But Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith might have the winning reaction in responding to "You just won the 'who the fuck are you' award," with "I'm a Super Bowl MVP. Who the fuck are you?"

"Mean Tweets" is one of the great recurring segments on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The seventh edition aired back in May and featured Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts and Don Cheadle. (Gary Oldman laughing after reading his is hilarious.) Check out the music edition of Mean Tweets here and another great installment here.

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