Chiefs' Jon Baldwin Banned From Twitter? So Good.

Baldwin laying out for a picture-perfect catch ... disregard the opponent or the game (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

I have a feeling that following Jonathan Baldwin's NFL career is going to produce a bevy of classic moments - call me crazy. But in the latest news, Kansas City Chiefs' site Arrowhead Addict believes the wideout may have been banned from Twitter.

Apparently there's been some inactivity on his account:

I follow a number of KC players on Twitter and while many of them have been tweeting away, especially Le’Ron McClain, Baldwin suddenly stopped.

Baldwin has not sent out a tweet since August 19th, which was the same day the news of his fight with Thomas Jones broke. His last three tweets seem to be a conversation with a friend or fan whose account no longer exists.

I've got to admit, while I'm more active on Twitter, I still find it hard to keep up. I maybe check in once or twice a day briefly to see if I've missed something catastrophic. And, athletes? Man, I might follow like one or two - if any. Sorry, but I don't need to hear that Dion Lewis is watching Fraggle Rock re-runs or something.

Still, this is pretty interesting and the site is probably right on the money. If you check his account, Baldwin appears to have disappeared off the face of the earth.

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