Buffalo’s Steve Johnson Tweets North Korea Should Bomb Foxboro
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BOSTON (CBS) – The Buffalo Bills will have a new head coach and a new quarterback for the 2013 season, but they still have the same old Steve Johnson.
And if anything is clear, the Bills wideout still doesn’t like the New England Patriots.
Johnson suggested via Twitter Thursday if North Korea were to let some bombs fly, they should head for Foxboro, Massachusetts.
After receiving a few responses, most of them not so positive, Johnson some-what apologized for his suggestion.
PatsFans i lo…like yall also. ask any1 in my fam. ive said TheBoro is my fav place to play-bkuz you Pats fans are Live! BUT not for long..—
STVN (@StevieJohnson13) April 04, 2013
Johnson’s former teammate Donald Jones, who signed with the Patriots this off-season, was one of the first people to respond to Johnson’s tweet, simply writing “ummmm chill. Lol.”
Johnson has had a few interesting and questionable tweets during his NFL career. After dropping a game-winning touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2010, he took to Twitter to blame God for the drop.
Johnson also had some fun during a game at Gillette Stadium after scoring a touchdown on January 1, 2012, lifting his jersey to reveal “Happy New Year” written on his t-shirt. He was benched shortly after.