Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Another Dolphins player got in trouble with Twitter

Miami DolphinsPay per had sportsbooks could see that the Miami Dolphins did not have a very good week on social media – at all.

Only 48 hours passed after Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey saw that he was in trouble over comments made on Twitter, when Don Jones, Dolphins second-year player who’s very well know with pay per head sportsbooks, tweeted a controversial reaction to the St. Louis Rams drafting Michael Sam, who turned into the first openly gay player in the history of the NFL to be drafted by the league.

Jones tweeted “OMG” and “horrible” soon after Sam was drafted. Pay per head sportsbooks then saw that the tweets were deleted.

TV cameras showed Sam kissing his boyfriend after the Rams called the former Missouri player.

And price per head services found out that after last year’s problems with the Dolphin’s locker-room culture, Jones’ tweet was enough to get the attention of Dennis Hickey, Dolphins general manager.

“I was made aware of it and I was disappointed in those comments,” Hickey said on Saturday night. “That’s not what we stand for as an organization. The draft weekend is a culmination for so many players, their lifetime achievement of their dream to achieve a goal for Michael Sam and all the other players.

“It’s a celebration. … I think it’s a great thing for the league.”

Hickey also said the Dolphins plan to “sit down with Don Jones and address [the comments] and handle it appropriately.”

In the past several days, Jones turned into the second Dolphins player to make controversial comments on social media.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on Thursday, when the Dolphins drafted first-round pick Ja’Wuan James, Pouncey tweeted “I can’t wait for our gifts he’s getting us.” The comment was made in bad taste after the Ted Wells report last February, where Pouncey and former teammates John Jerry and Richie Incognito were cited for harassing and bullying former Dolphin Jonathan Martin.

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Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Pouncey closed his Twitter account after meeting this weekend with Miami’s brass.