Some of the league's best gathered to read mean tweets about themselves, and like usual, the results are pretty entertaining.
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was up first, reading, “Odell Beckham Jr transitioned from an exciting new rookie to an extremely lame looking d**khead in an alarmingly short amount of time.”
Next up was Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, who was subjected to an Internet user calling him a "fat Macklemore." While he simply shrugged at the camera, others, like Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tony Romo, chose to respond to their haters.
“Tony Romo sits down to pee,” he read, before responding, “Well, what other way is there?”
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson also fell into the silent camp, simply looking at the camera after reading, “I’m tired of people saying Russell Wilson is too short to play quarterback. He’s ugly, too.”
Last up was New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, who clapped back at the hater who wrote, "Rob Gronkowski is one of the dumbest people in the world. I have no problem tweeting this because he probably can’t read it."
"I just read it," Gronkowski responded. "You're dumb."
Watch the clip for yourself above.
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