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Colts cornerback Vontae Davis took to his Twitter account earlier today to inform his followers that he saw former teammate Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith last night and that Smith was talking to Kansas City. That would be all well and good besides the fact that under league rules, Smith can’t talk to another team because he’s under contract with the Dolphins. When something like that happens, it’s usually called tampering.
After some time and obviously someone telling him it’s probably not a good idea to tweet things of that nature, Davis decides to use the excuse that is commonly used on Twitter when someone tweets something they shouldn’t have. He claims he was hacked.
Next time just know the rules, Vontae.
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