Are you on Twitter? You should be, and not just because it's a fun way to communicate with your friends. Twitter allows fans a whole new level of access to their favorite celebrities, and that includes football players.
Many of your favorite San Diego Chargers players have Twitter accounts, I came up with 32 of them the last time I counted, and you can follow all of them (plus all the accounts that provide the best Chargers news) right here. You don't have to do any searching for Bolts players, I do all of the work for you! You're welcome.
After the jump, the best tweets of the week by Chargers players (and none from Antonio Garay, who needs to step his game up).
Stack more of what, exactly? Well, the link takes you to this picture....
A keen eye says that the ball on the left says "Defense Player of the Game", the one in the center says "Special Teams Player of the Game" and the one on the right is the ball Marcus Gilchrist intercepted against the Dolphins.
Well, Richard Goodman, what team does he play for?
Yikes. Randy McMichael, maybe talk with Antonio Garay about what type of gas mileage he gets in his Smart car.
I bet Steve Schilling, the Chargers 2011 6th round draft pick, is wishing that Luis Castillo had stayed healthy a while longer so that he wouldn't have lost a bet with Ogemdi Nwagbuo when Michigan lost to Michigan State. Now he has to be a Spartan for a day.
It's not just you, Shareece Wright. A "k" text is almost as bad as when Steve Adler sends me winky-face text messages.
The first thing you should know about Shaun Phillips' Twitter is that the dude is a sponge for knowledge. He's always asking questions just to learn the answer and be more educated/cultured.
The first thing you should know about Patrick Crayton's twitter is that the dude loves Martin, which makes sense because it was a brilliant show that should've never been cancelled. GGGIIIINNNAAA!!!!
This Takeo Spikes tweet is here because I wish I had seen it earlier and had turned on NBATV. I'm a sucker for those old Dominique Wilkins/Michael Jordan slam dunk showdowns.