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Chris Culliver is proving that he did not learn much from his sensitivity training. The San Francisco 49ers cornerback, who infamously made homophobic comments at the Super Bowl, was at it again on Wednesday night. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Culliver posted a screenshot of a text message exchange he had with a family member or friend to his Instagram account Wednesday night. In the text message exchange, it appears that Culliver referred to a woman as a *********** and women as “hoes.” The 49ers say they are aware of the issue. “We are aware of the matter, and it is being handled internally,” GM Trent Baalke said, via NFL.com’s Around the League. It’s bad enough to casually refer to women in those terms, but it’s even dumber to then proudly share the conversation on social media. It’s quite apparent that Culliver isn’t too bright. Given the way he played in the Super Bowl and the controversies he’s caused, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Niners let him go.
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