Former NFL Pro Bowler posts blackmail letter on Twitter

By Vincent Frank
Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Former San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick spent 11 seasons in the NFL as one of the best centers in the game. From 2004-2014, he started all 136 games in which he appeared for the Southern California franchise.

Since then, Hardwick has enjoyed the retired life with wife, Jayme, and their two sons, Theodore and Hudson.

Apparently, an unknown blackmail artist is attempting to ruin this. On Wednesday, Hardwick posted a letter on Twitter showing someone who claims to have some dirt on the former Pro Bowler. Not only that, said individual is attempting to blackmail him for a cool $7,650.

Read the letter. It’s all sorts of crazy.

Hardwick earned a cool $31.12 million throughout his extensive NFL career. In this, $7,650 might not seem like a lot of money. Even then, he’s not about to fall victim to a blackmail scheme.

Hilariously enough, the threat included this unnamed criminal saying that Hardwick’s family and friends would be sent evidence of his “misdeeds” if he didn’t pay up. Instead, Hardwick blasted the letter all throughout his Twitter.

That’s just a job well done.