Former Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa scrubbed his Twitter prior to the NFL draft because he “might end up in San Francisco,” according to Kevin Van Valkenburg.
Last year he seemed to delight in posting political takes, including his support for President Trump, on Twitter and needling dissenters. (He also caused a minor social media stir by criticizing Beyonce, Black Panther and Colin Kaepernick, all eventually deleted.) As the combine drew near, though, his online behavior grew increasingly bland. I asked why he seemed to abandon something he had previously embraced.
“I had to,” he says. “There is a chance I might end up in San Francisco.”
You can check out all his controversial tweets below:
Smart move by Bosa, you have to know how to play the game.
And he clearly knew these tweets would come back to possibly haunt him.
Bosa played three seasons with Ohio State and collected 29 sacks in that time. He cut his season short last year after suffering an injury and deciding to focus on the draft.
The 49ers have the No. 2 pick in the draft and it’s unclear what the team will do with it. According to NBC Bay Area, draft experts believe Bosa could land with the Niners.
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