Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt had some choice words for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, only to take them back minutes later.
On Britt’s Facebook page Monday was a message saying, “Retiring from the NFL. F*** You Goddell (sic),” according to Newark Star-Ledger reporter Brendan Prunty.
The message was deleted minutes later and replaced with one of apology.
“Change of HEart.. My family is always here for me. I made mistakes and i am sorry i am going to change and become a better person and mentor for all my young fans.. I will accept any penalty like a man,” it said.
Afterward, a third message was posted claiming Britt’s Facebook account was hacked.
“my fbook was hacked with those past 2 status's.. i am not retiring and do not have any hate toward the commissioner,” the post said.
It has been a rough month for the two-year veteran. On June 8, Britt was arrested on charges of tampering with evidence, obstructing a government function and resisting arrest in Hoboken, N.J. Last week, it was revealed that Britt was wanted on two warrants from Nashville police dating back to April 14. Britt allegedly provided inaccurate information when completing driver's licence applications in 2010.
Britt has had seven run-ins with the law since being drafted by the Titans in 2009, according to The Tennessean.