John Abraham Joins Roddy White In Twitter Spat With Saints Fans

Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White's Twitter shots have already established him as public E-enemy No. 1 in Orleans Parish. DE John Abraham is joining in now -- though he hasn't attracted attention from Saints players yet, he's still getting into with their fans. No other players seem all that interested, with business as usual all around: Tony Gonzalez movin' product, Brent Grimes Twitpic'ing his meals, Sean Weatherspoon exclaiming (!!), and so forth.

But Abe ain't playing:

Ok f*ck talk shit fans I'm not even that type of guy but I tell my kids don't take sh*t so y shud yall let's ride I'm with yall 100 We DaTless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

After that, he spent a few minutes retweeting things being sent to him from both sides of the earnest debate. John Abraham, rivalry moderator.

RT @BreezyHaniSuk: Lmao he's pissed! RT @saints_fans: @johnabraham55 you mad...WhoDat #fucktheFalcons/ jus hope ur avi a fake picless than a minute ago via ÜberTwitter

I've been saying for months how funny Abraham is on Twitter. Though I still don't know what to make of all the #shotsfired over the past day between players and fans -- if the Birds get a win, then great! Keep it up! -- Abe is worth following if you're a fan of Atlanta sports. And follow his sister, too, who's not as entertained by all this as some Falcons fans may be:

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