After sexual assault allegations against Peyton Manning resurfaced Saturday, columns, hot takes and (occasionally) measured thoughts began to fly in every direction. The strongest reaction may have come from Chris Kluwe.
The former NFL punter sent out a series of tweets in response to the New York Daily News story breaking down details of a sexual assault case that originated from a 1996 incident involving Manning and a Tennessee trainer. It all started innocently enough with a tweet about Kluwe watching his daughter's softball game.
Everything that followed from Kluwe was much less family friendly.
He began his rant by describing a very explicit sex act against Manning and calling him a "disgusting scumbag of a human being." Kluwe added more colorful language in his next tweet before saying Manning used his "daddy's name to cover up criminal behavior." He was just getting started.
That exactly fits the scumbag profile of someone whose first thought after being dragged to a Super Bowl win was to endorse beer and pizza.— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) February 13, 2016