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Sports Panthers' Eric Reid takes shot at ESPN's Stephen A. Smith on Twitter

13:15  17 november  2019
13:15  17 november  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Smith tweets , igniting an online firestorm. Stephen A . Smith is no stranger to controversy, but it seems he may have met his match on Twitter . The ESPN commentator was taken to task Tuesday on the social media site after he weighed in on the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

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Eric Reid took a shot at Stephen A. Smith on Twitter Saturday night, and the media personality responded in a big way.

Smith shared a video on Twitter containing his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick. The way Kaepernick handled Saturday’s workout — by moving it to a high school rather than conduct it at the Atlanta Falcons’ facility as planned — led Smith to conclude it was another sign Kaepernick does not really want to play in the NFL, despite the free agent’s claims.

Reid, who kneeled with Kaepernick when they were teammates in San Francisco and joined his friend in the collusion lawsuit against the NFL, responded to the video via Twitter and accused Smith of “tap dancing for the NFL.”

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Smith saw Reid’s tweet and responded with a series of tweets.

Here’s what Smith said in response:

Reid signed with the Carolina Panthers last year even though he was suing the league alleging collusion. He and Kaepernick settled their collusion lawsuit with the league earlier this year.

Reid attended Saturday’s workout with Kaepernick and says he has been pushing the Panthers’ owner to sign the quarterback.

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