Former NFL player Hamza Abdullah launches intense Twitter rant against NFL

When you woke up on Thursday morning, you may not have known who Hamza Abdullah is.

Well, prepare to be introduced. The former Washington State safety was selected in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft and has played parts of seven seasons with four different teams.

In 2012, he and his older brother, Kansas City Chiefs Safety Husain Abdullah, took a season off in order to make a pilgrimage to Mecca.

Today, Hamza Abdullah is not happy. He launched into an extremely *NSFW* Twitter rant that began with anger towards people he deems, “fake-ass Muslims.” From there, he attacks the NFL over its disregard for player safety. The language is jarring, but it’s an interesting, unfiltered take from a player unwilling to stump for the NFL.

Here are a smattering of tweets he issued regarding those with whom he shares a religious doctrine and faith:

And now for the NFL:

He admitted to having suicidal thoughts.