from yahoosports.com Natalie Weiner, who writes about the Seahawks for Bleacher Report, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night that she’d gotten a tweet from Clark. The 2015 second-round pick has since deleted it, but Weiner took a screenshot, captioning it, “writing about domestic violence is fun and risk free”
frank clark, seahawk, just tweeted he had a job for me cleaning his fishtank and that i would lose my job
Athletes would do well to employ the services of a publicist, learn the rules to engaging in social media, and then LEARN how to use social media to build their brands, not tear them down. Athletes are certainly free to express themselves, and they should. However, they should be aware that that freedom comes with a cost, and a price they may not be willing to pay.