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Michael Thomas sends confusing tweets after fight-related Saints suspension

Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas is a certified Twitter drama-stirrer, so it’s no surprise he tried to drum up maximum intrigue on social media Tuesday after his reported weekend suspension for punching a teammate.

Thomas issued several cryptic tweets regarding his status, seeming to take jabs at his own organization while maintaining plausible deniability through his abstract wording.

“You ain’t a snake but they will make you,” Thomas wrote in one post.

“Think what you want I ain’t trying to clear no rumors up,” he wrote in another.

You ain’t a snake but they will make you

— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) October 13, 2020

Think what you want I ain’t trying to clear no rumors up.

— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) October 13, 2020

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Thomas, who had been out with an ankle injury, reportedly clashed with Saints defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in practice, leading him to miss Sunday’s 30-27 win over the Chargers.

The pass catcher insinuated he wouldn’t have been able to suit up regardless of anything that happened with Gardner-Johnson.

“I was never healthy I was just trying to help my team get a win and heal up during the bye,” Thomas wrote in response to a fan. “Had a set back was so close. And I take my health serious. Now I’m a bad guy lol bet.”

I was never healthy I was just trying to help my team get a win and heal up during the bye. Had a set back was so close. And I take my health serious. Now I’m a bad guy lol bet https://t.co/olIBJjnCpG

— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) October 13, 2020

Thomas has been unstoppable since he entered the league in 2016. His 473 receptions for 5,529 yards and 32 touchdowns make him the best statistical receiver over the course of his career.

But like many NFL receivers, he’s also been at the center of online (and offline) controversy on several occasions. He’s fought rival cornerbacks on Twitter, inexplicably gone after fellow receivers unprovoked and threatened a reporter.

New Orleans is likely eager to get him back on the field, where he can channel his energy back into shredding defenses.

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