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Social Media In Sports: Professional Athletes Voice What They Are Thankful For On Twitter

Social Media In Sports-ThanksgivingLike so many Americans on Thanksgiving, professional athletes from the country’s sports also took to Twitter to voice what they’re thankful for.

Whether it was family, friends, being able to play a kid’s game, or just being healthy, each player had his/her own unique message to his/her followers.

At Sports Networker, we compiled a list of our favorite tweets from athletes using social media in sports.

Let us know in the comments below what you’re thankful for during this Holiday season.

Social Media In Sports: Pros Tell Us What They’re Thankful For

 

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