Shortly after Texans running back Arian Foster tweeted a picture of his MRI, another medical-related tweet has caused a stir resulting in an apology from Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry.
“I was a little frustrated with the injury, little setback,” Landry said according the Washington Post. “It was all my fault, it was unprofessional and I take full blame for it. It was just a little frustration coming out. I’m ready to play and it’s been a while, so I hope y’all understand where I’m coming from.”
Landry, who hasn’t played since November, recently took to Twitter to suggest his injuries have been mishandled by the team’s medical staff after suffering a strained hamstring during practice on Saturday.
“Uuhhh oo it ain’t my fault…blame the genius circus staff for the rush. wouldve been there 2wks ago. Im [sorry] but saga [continues]” Landry tweeted.
Landry had previously suffered a left strained Achilles Tendon that he was recovering from.
“Dont u hate when u absolutely know something 200% and dumb.?.?. still do the opposite of what u tell them!!! Set backs.?.?. !!!” Landry tweeted on Saturday.
Landry confirmed that he would miss the season opener against the Giants on Sunday.
He apologized. No fine needed. NBD.