I’m not a professional athlete, but I have been writing and tweeting about this topic for years.
Tyler Childs-Edward, the son of NFL star Tyrell Edwards and current NFL quarterback and Alabama football star Trace McSorley, is a prolific tweeter, writer and social media personality who, according to his Twitter bio, has “exceeded his father in all things.”
Tyrell Edwards, Tyrell Jr. and Trace Mcsorley attended Alabama for five years in the late 1980s, and in 2017, Tylles son Tyrell III played for the Crimson Tide.
His Twitter bio also describes him as “a high school basketball coach, a pro baseball player, a college basketball coach and a college football player.”
The tweet above was posted last year and is no longer active.
Here are a few tweets I found to be more than a bit misleading: “Tyrell, I am the king of the Internet.
I am unstoppable.
The only thing that can stop me is you.”
“I don’t give a fuck about what other people think about me, so I am going to just beat you.
It’s all about the music.
You want me to say that I don’t like music?
I’m in the middle of a huge fight. “
The only thing you will be able to take from this is that I am still in the game, but it’s a whole different ballgame.
I’m in the middle of a huge fight.
You can’t take that away from me.
I will never stop playing.”
In another tweet, he said, “If I have to say anything, it would be, Tyler, you are a good kid.
I miss you so much. “
Thank you for everything Tyrell, we are still best friends.
I miss you so much.
Love you, Ty.
I love you.”
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