Like 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
Happy thanksgiving to everyone, hope everyone enjoys the holiday!
— Jonathan Quick (@JonathanQuick32) November 22, 2012
Thankful for life, family, friends, trials and tribulations that mold me n teach me lessons and gettin to live out my dream everyday, yessir
— Kevin Durant (@KDTrey5) November 22, 2012
Happy thanksgiving everyone! Back in Istanbul ready for some dinner and football!
— Lindsay Whalen (@Lindsay_13) November 22, 2012
Kindness is the one commodity of which we should spend more than we earn. Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours. God bless
— Larry Fitzgerald (@LarryFitzgerald) November 22, 2012
Without you the fans, we are nothing. #WhyImThankful twitter.com/LaMarrWoodley/…
— LaMarr Woodley (@LaMarrWoodley) November 22, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving!! Thankful to be heading home for Moms cooking!! #ThingsImThankfulFor
— Kevin Love (@kevinlove) November 22, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I’m thankful to be spending the day with family, friends and good food! What are y’all thankful for?
— Nick Swisher (@NickSwisher) November 22, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving twitter land. Don’t eat to much people. I’ll eat enough for all of us. Many blessing to y’all
— Torii Hunter (@toriihunter48) November 22, 2012
This Thanksgiving, I’m especially thankful for all of you. Thank you and have a great time today/tonight – from my family to yours. #goLions
— Justin Verlander (@JustinVerlander) November 22, 2012
Happy thanksgiving to my new American friends.
— Taylor Hall (@hallsy04) November 22, 2012
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