& # 39; Kyle LONG indeed & # 39 ;: Social media breaks loose when Bears attacking lineman is seen naked on Instagram

& # 39; Kyle LONG indeed & # 39 ;: Social media breaks loose when Bears attacking lineman is seen naked on Instagram when teammate Tarik Cohen posts a locker room video after Monday's victory

  • Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long was seen naked on Instagram when teammate Tarik Cohen posted a festive dressing room video after Monday's victory
  • Cohen has 223,000 Instagram followers and the image has become viral
  • The jokes on Twitter practically wrote themselves: & # 39; Kyle LONG indeed & # 39;
  • Another Twitter user made the opposite joke: & # 39; Kyle Long? More like Kyle SHORT & # 39;
  • The NFL prohibited mobile phone videos in the dressing room to prevent this
  • Players are only allowed to post messages on social media 90 minutes after playing
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Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long was seen naked on Instagram when teammate Tarik Cohen posted a festive dressing room video after Monday's victory

Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long was seen naked on Instagram when teammate Tarik Cohen posted a festive dressing room video after Monday's victory

Chicago Bear's right guard Kyle Long was simply undressed after Monday's victory over Washington, when the naked NFL veteran was unexpectedly accompanied by a quarter of a million pairs of eyes.

Bears run back Tarik Cohen posted a festive video from the team's dressing room after 31-15 beating the Redskins. What he didn't realize was that his recordings contained 10 seconds, the genitals of which were broadcast all over the world as he rolled out a towel and walked to the shower.

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Cohen boats around 225,000 Instagram followers.

Although Cohen quickly took the video offline, Twitter users managed to get hold of the offensive shots, which quickly went viral.

The jokes on Twitter practically wrote themselves.

& # 39; Kyle LANG indeed & # 39 ;, wrote a Twitter user.

Another made the opposite joke: & # 39; Kyle Long? More like Kyle SHORT. & # 39;

But most of the input on social media was in the form of a warning: "Lol uh when Kyle Long starts trending do yourself a favor and try not to figure out why."

This is not the first time that the naked body of an NFL player is caught on camera in the dressing room.

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In 2015, some unsuspecting Cincinnati Bengals players landed on camera when the NFL Network conducted an interview with cornerback Adam & # 39; Pacman & # 39; Jones in the dressing room.

Since then, the NFL has taken steps to ensure the privacy of players, but social media has created more challenges.

The former former Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Brown, ran into problems in January 2017 because he posted a speech after the game of his then coach Mike Tomlin on Instagram.

Brown, who is now a free agent after being released by the New England Patriots on Friday, apologized a day later on social media.

& # 39; First, I want to take this opportunity to say that I am sorry for my actions and behavior after Sunday's game & # 39 ;, he wrote. & # 39; I let my emotions and genuine excitement get the best out of myself and I wanted to share that moment with our fans.

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& # 39; It was wrong for me to do that, against the team and NFL policies, and I apologized to Coach Tomlin and my teammates for my actions. I am sorry that they have been distracted and about which they have had to answer questions while we are preparing for a big game on Sunday. & # 39;

Players are only allowed to post social media messages 90 minutes after playing.

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