Browns' Greg Little Addresses Twitter Controversy

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little got himself into a bit of trouble with fans when he delivered a semi-celebratory tweet after a loss, but he didn't exactly back down after some receiving criticism. In fact, Little brushed off the Twitter thing completely and shot out a follow-up message saying he doesn't care what fans say. Here is the original tweet that caused a bit of a stir after the team's Week 2 loss:

This is what Little told The News-Herald about the response his comment received heading into Week 3:

"If I cared about every opinion that I got on Twitter, then I wouldn't be able to function," Little said at his locker. "I just don't know what to say to that. It's mind-boggling to me. I can't let things on Twitter get to me and I don't."

The young wide receiver added that his teammates and coaches took no issues with the comment.

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