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https://mobile.twitter.com/randywattson/status/244945660074409986

CJ with the big hit on the Twitter follower.

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If I was Williams I would show my real Twitter ignorance and start throwing the Oline under the bus.

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lol twitter tough guys talking poo.

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williams is too nice of a guy to join twitter he needs to deactivate his account now

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I think Charles Johnson is feeling the most heat, its getting to him too IMO. He keeps re-tweeting people who say he is overpaid, even he has to know he is overpaid right? If he doesn't think he's overpaid then he really does need a reality check.

John@DontBeSalty

@randywattson ur garbage bro. way overpaid for a nfl scrub, i could find better on someones practice squad.

MB@Beck0923

@randywattson #stayonorjumpoff #PantherNation #believethat still overpaid...

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He isn't that overpaid.

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People attacking CJ are idiots. He's one of the only ones who consistently bring it every game.

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LOL CJ is getting mad on Twitter. He is blocking fools on Twitter almost as good as Tampa Bay's offensive line blocked him today.

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