When in the Jets' locker room, don't trash-talk the Jets on Twitter

Shutdown Corner

Every NFL fan would love some up-close access with the pros. And every fan loves to talk trash about the pros. When you get the former, though, you probably shouldn't engage in the latter.

A fan who certainly appears to be the son of Jets tight ends coach Jimmie Johnson was behind the scenes for the Jets' game with Philadelphia on Sunday, and took the opportunity to post a couple since-deleted Twitter shots at some notable Jets.

Here he is knocking Geno Smith:

Geno Smith tweet
Geno Smith tweet

 He then took a shot at Antonio Cromartie ... who happened to be paying attention, and responded in kind:

Antonio Cromartie tweet
Antonio Cromartie tweet

Whoops. Busted.

Of course, he did have some kind words for the locker room itself:

Jets locker room tweet
Jets locker room tweet

Shortly afterward, Johnson changed his Twitter handle and posted the following apology:

Apology tweet
Apology tweet

Yeah, it's a pretty safe bet he'll get a few lessons in how to handle social media at your father's office.

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Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter.

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