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    Ronald Darby fires back at his critics on Twitter

    Philadelphia Eagles cornerback, Ronald Darby is not pleased with his social media critics.

    The sports world in today’s day and age can be difficult. Before social media, there was hardly any way fans could interact with athletes. Sure, you could let out a few boos at the game or maybe catch them at an autograph signing if you’re lucky. But for the most part, it was hard for athletes to receive criticism directly from their fans.
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    I love Twitter and am always thrilled to see athletes interact with their fans and haters without the filter that is their agents and handlers in the way ... of course, some guys (Kevin Durant comes to mind) make fools of themselves, but others come off as genuine and real which is great.

    Joel Embiid is an awesome dude to follow on twitter ... he's like the new Charles Barkley and just spouts off about whatever he wants to!
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    We champions ... through everything that we went through, through all the haters ... we came out victorious. And God did this. I’m so blessed.
    – Jameis Winston, after winning BCS National Championship game

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