Packers fans are freaking out over Za’Darius Smith’s latest tweet


Green Bay Packers fans almost hit panic mode after reading Za’Darius Smith’s initial tweet that he later clarified.

It seems like the house is on fire for the Green Bay Packers, the Aaron Rodgers drama has taken the NFL by storm, and his status for Week 1 is up in the air. On Friday, it was reported that contract talks between them and Davante Adams broke down, which is not a good sign because he can be a free agent next season.

Za’Darius Smith almost sent Green Bay fans into panic mode with his latest tweets.

Green Bay Packers pass rusher Za’Darius Smith scares fans with realtor tweet.

Za’Darius Smith is an exceptional pass rusher for the Packers, but he should choose his words wisely on social media. He tweeted that he was searching for a realtor in the Green Bay area Friday, and Packers fans took it to the extreme. They thought that he needs those services because he was selling his house, meaning the team could potentially losing another vital piece to their puzzle.

After seeing the reactions, Smith hopped on Twitter again to clarify. He was looking to buy a house because of the rising house market.

Well, that was at least one bullet dodged by the Packers and their fans. However, they have to deal with Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams. Without their two best players on offense and arguably the entire team, the season could go from promising to petrifying really soon for Green Bay. At least they know Smith is here for the foreseeable future.

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