Aqib Talib, Travis Kelce, Michael Crabtree and Rashad Jennings are among the players getting burned.
NFL stars took the trash talk off the field Thursday night for the latest edition of Jimmy Kimmel's popular segment "Mean Tweets."
Athletes of the past and present -- including Rashad Jennings, Terry Bradshaw, Peyton Manning and Travis Kelce -- sat down in the ABC late-night studio ahead of this Sunday's Super Bowl to read the cruelest comments their social media haters have published about them.
"I never liked Rashad Jennings. He don't have good vision as a running back and he slow," the New York Giants player read before clapping back at the internet troll. "Because you sound like a kid, I'm gonna be polite and encourage you -- stay in school."
"Peyton Manning is the only NFL player that looks like the mascot of the team for which he plays #HorseFace," the former star NFL quarterback read before saying, "Perfect."
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Kelce got burned for his "Catching Kelce" reality show on E!, and Denver Broncos star Aqib Talib had enough once he read a tweet about a self-inflicted gunshot.
"I find it hilarious that Aqib Talib tries to act all hard and shit when the hardest thing he's ever done is shoot himself in the leg," he read before saying, "I'm done" and walking out.
Michael Crabtree, Ryan Tannehill, T.Y. Hilton, Gerald McCoy, Danny Amendola, Fletcher Cox and Jason Pierre-Paul were also featured.
Look below for more hilarious "Mean Tweet" segments.