Colts Star Sends Strong Message to Indy in Deleted Tweet [LOOK]

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Head coach Frank Reich and the Indianapolis Colts saw one of their players causing stirs on Twitter after a loss to the Washington Commanders.

Things started out on the wrong foot for Indianapolis Colts cornerback Kenny Moore II at the very beginning of the 2022 season when he sat out offseason workouts to ask for a new contract. But the situation went to rest once Moore returned to the field during training camp.

Moore, though, doesn’t appear to be too pleased with his situation again, and he took to Twitter to temporarily express his contempt.

“I still love you, Indy. I’m ride or die this way,” Moore tweeted the night of October 30. “It’s only unconditional from me, but I understand it doesn’t have to go both ways. Cold world. Love.”

Moore has since deleted the tweet and posted two much more positive tweets.

Moore Posts Vague Positive Tweets After Deleting Post

The cornerback’s original tweet is vague enough that it’s a little difficult to tell if he’s voicing his frustration with the Indianapolis organization or fan base. But clearly, he’s frustrated about something.

It could be as simple as another tough loss. The Colts fell, 17-16, to the Washington Commanders at home in Week 8 to drop their second straight game.

Moore played arguably his best game, posting a team-high 9 total tackles, including 6 solos and 1 tackle for loss. But it wasn’t enough, especially at the end of the game. Indianapolis’ defense gave up an 89-yard drive in the final 3 minutes to lose by a point.

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