Leonard Fournette Tweets That Jamal Adams Backed Out Of A Fight, Adams Fires Back, Says Fournette Faked Injury And Quit On LSU Team

Getty Image

Lost in all of Antonio Browns’ daily social media shenanigans is that Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette also often takes to Twitter to talk that good shit. Dude literally hopped on Twitter to tell his 420,000 followers that Blake Bortles has stank breath. That is just ice cold.

Fournette obviously gets a kick out of taking shots at ex-teammates (an odd hobby if you ask me), as he got into a back-and-forth with New York Jets Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams on Twitter on Friday.

To be fair to Fournette, though, it was actually Adams who started it, as he told Fournette to stop being thirsty for Pro Bowl votes. Fournette quickly ramped that shit up to the next level, though, by calling out Adams for once pussying out of a house party fight back in college. Again, just ice cold stuff.

Adams wasn’t about to lie down and accept defeat, as he shot back at Fournette and ripped him for faking an injury and quitting on his LSU Tigers teammates.

Fournette not only basically admitted to Adams’ claims of quitting, but he seemed almost proud of it, as he then reveled in the fact that he was still drafted with the fourth overall pick:

The pair — who played together at Louisana State University under Les Miles from 2014 to 2016 and are clearly still friends to this day — were both selected in the Top 6 picks of the 2017 NFL Draft, with Fournette going fourth to the Jacksonville Jaguars, while Adams went sixth to the New York Jets.


Eric is a New York City-based writer who still isn’t quite sure how he’s allowed to have this much fun for a living and will tell anyone who listens that Gotham City is canonically in New Jersey. Contact him on Twitter @eric_ital or via email eric@brobible.com

Eric Italiano Avatar
Eric Italiano is a NYC-based writer who spearheads BroBible's Pop Culture and Entertainment content. He covers topics such as Movies, TV, and Video Games, while interviewing actors, directors, and writers.