Greg Little takes a break from Twitter

Matt Sullivan

Greg Little of the Cleveland Browns is taking a break from Twitter after getting a lot of negative feedback.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little hasn't had the greatest time on Twitter. First, Little started doing a celebratory pose reminiscent of the one that Usain Bolt made famous during the London Olympics, and was told by his coach that he needed to stop. He was also forced to address a Tweet he sent out in which he was doing the pose following a Browns loss back in September.

Now? Little is simply taking a break from Twitter. According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Little is taking a break from Twitter, which he hasn't used since Sept. 22, back when he received negative attention for the Tweet:

"Twitter is so negative and so many people on it are negative. I don't want to read it. I don't want to see it. I'm not done by any means, but I don't like the fans who are on Twitter. I really don't care for them at all."

The negative attention is, again, in reference to him Tweeting out that photo. It's likely that has died down, but it seems as though Little has avoided Twitter since that point. Little is coming off an impressive outing, but still hasn't had the greatest season to this point. The Browns have just one win in seven games.

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