Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams came under fire recently for tweeting a picture of Denver's defensive playbook.
Williams showed his fans Denver's new iPad playbook with paper and pencil next to it, explaining that he prefers drawing out plays to his iPad playbook.
The picture showed a play called "Sink Sam 1 Tite" with multiple formation adjustments.
Some fans and commentators have called for Williams to be suspended or even cut for his actions. Is it really that big of a deal, though?
If Williams is guilty of anything, it's breaking protocol and the established order of the NFL. The playbook should never leave the team. Williams broke an important barrier between NFL players and their fans and opponents. It's completely understandable for his teammates, coaches, or other NFL players to be upset with him.
But they're not. John Fox and Champ Bailey brushed off the incident. Both seemed to think that Williams made a stupid, but honest, mistake.
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