Found January 08, 2012 on Detroit Lions Football:
Detroit Lions players took to Twitter to defend themselves after losing to the New Orleans Saints, including cornerback Aaron Berry who said, "Y'all can go back to being Broke & back to regular scheduled programming..."

Aaron Berry learned a lesson tonight: Never tweet when you're angry

One thing I learned eons ago is to never post anything online when you're angry. Odds are, you'll write something you'll live to regret. A member of the Detroit Lions obviously hadn't learned that lesson yet. This is a tweet from Lions' corner Aaron Berry in reply to some upset Lions fans. First off, I can't emphasize enough just who stupid it is for fans...

Not Berry nice tweet

by REED Detroit Lions cornerback Aaron Berry lit the world of Twitter on fire after Saturday's 45-28 loss at New Orleans in an NFC wild-card playoff game. Berry -- who had a potential momentum-shifting interception slip through his fingertips, his arms, then his legs -- had this to say, presumably in response to a rash of negative Twitter feedback...

So, Aaron Berry, just who's broke and miserable?

Ah, the digital age. Nothing says a heartfelt thank-you and good-bye like a good Twitter post. After the Lions' season ended with Saturday night's wild-card playoff loss at New Orleans, the players started burning up Twitter through Sunday with all sorts of missives.

Lions' Aaron Berry apologizes for Tweet: 'I'd never disrespect the city or the fans of Detroit'

The 23-year-old cornerback says he's grateful for the opportunity to play for the Lions, and that he'll grow from the incident.

Lions CB Aaron Berry Tells Fans they can go Back to Being Broke and Miserable, Apologizes

The Lions were the latest victim of the Saints’ explosive offense. Detroit lost in the Wild Card round of the playoffs 45-28 Saturday. They were actually up 14-10 at halftime, but failed to stop the Saints in the second half, allowing touchdowns on five straight possessions. Cornerback Aaron Berry (pictured beat by Robert Meachem), who had seven tackles and three passes defended...

Lions CB Aaron Berry to angry Lions fans: “Go back to being broke and miserable”

Lots of Detroit folks  ‒ players and fans ‒ were disappointed after Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints used them as a doormat yesterday. Unfortunately, the disappointment of those fans clashed with the frustration of the players and some ugliness rose to the surface. Lions cornerback Aaron Berry, a second-year player out of Pitt, ended up tweeting this to some angry fans...

Lions' Aaron Berry goes off on Twitter

Lions' Aaron Berry goes off on Twitter

Lions' Aaron Berry blasts fans' comments, apologizes

The aftermath of the Lions' 45-28 loss to the Saints on Saturday night in New Orleans prompted cornerback Aaron Berry to reportedly take a stand — on Twitter.

Lions corner Aaron Berry feels bad about blasting fans on Twitter

As the Lions cleaned out their lockers for the season Monday, cornerback Aaron Berry also tried to clean up the controversy he created on Twitter.

Lions Fans: You Can Now Return to Being Broke and Miserable

Ouch, which hurts worse? Watching your team in the playoffs for the first time since FOREVER getting abused by the possible league MVP like they were Twilight mom's cold sex toy, or being called out for being "broke and miserable" by your team's own player?That's what happened when Detroit Lions defensive back Aaron Berry took to the Twitter machine later Sunday...
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