Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Jeremy Shockey was out of football last year, and people who are only 32 years old and not working can get pretty bored. That could help explain one of the former New York Giants tight end’s recent tweets, or it could be that he’s just an incredibly weird dude. We pretty much have to assume that somebody got a little action last night. We have seen NFL players offer way too much information on Twitter in the past when it comes to tweeting about perverted stuff, but Shockey took it to another level early Tuesday morning. You know how most people say they would like to die in their sleep? Shockey has his own plan for how he wants to go. Sex is the best high. It’s better than any drug. I want to die making love because it feels so good. instagram.com/p/Yb2LgGQc-1/ — Jeremy Shockey (@JeremyShockey) April 23, 2013 I feel bad for the girl he ends up dead on top of. Shockey also tweeted on of those “your dirty mind” pictures to go along with his thought, which you can see by clicking his Instagram link. Are we surprised? Not really. This is the same Shockey who once tweeted this picture of his girlfriend and a bottle of Jack Daniels and said they are his two favorite things in the world. Tuesday morning’s tweet was just another example of a freaky dude being a freaky dude. H/T Deadspin
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