Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson disagreed with the portrayal of a swearword bound tweet

he sent in applauding back at a pundit via virtual entertainment folowing Sunday's misfortune to the Jacksonville Pumas.

Jackson answered the pundit who said the Ravens ought to let the quarterback go to free organization as opposed to marking him to a long haul, rewarding agreement.

"Kid STFU you all be cappin a lot on this application mf never smelt a football field never did s- - however eat d-k,'

he composed before at last erasing it. The tweet was portrayed as including an "'against gay expression" in an ESPN report about the trade.

The 2018 NFL MVP had words for the journalist, Jamison Hensley, who composed the story.

"This is Slander of my personality, In light of the fact that not once have switch referenced or affront anybody's Sexuality,

sexual direction, orientation, Religion or Race. Your coming to.." Jackson tweeted Monday.

Ravens mentor John Harbaugh was gotten some information about Jackson's tweets during his media accessibility Monday.

"I conversed with him. I found out about it last night, conversed with him today" Harbaugh said. "I conversed with him on the plane, as well, a tad,

yet that was about different things and things about the game. I converse with these quys. ...

We ramble about football, yet we likewise talk a bit bit about that stuff what happens regarding the media and everything.