Let me start by saying what everyone else is thinking. Oasis may disagree with the sentiment, but there are no shortage of NFL players who can - and probably should - look back in anger at their time as members of the Browns. I'm no stranger to spite, and the organization whose incompetence seems timeless has certainly been responsible for plenty of it. A franchise as futile as Cleveland has sabotaged many a career, so it's not so much the idea of them getting trashed on social media that bothers me as much as it is the person doing the trashing.
I honestly hope every Browns fan that saw these SnapChats was within driving distance of an Apple Store when they did, because this is nothing short of phone spike worthy. I liken the feeling that the Cleveland faithful probably felt to finding out your girlfriend cheated on you for the 6th time, begrudgingly breaking up with her, and then checking her Instagram to see she just reposted some high schooler's quote about how much guys suck. The Browns haven't been the sympathetic party in all that many breakups, but - relative to Josh Gordon - they did everything they could to make it work. They kept taking him back, and taking him, and taking him back only for him to publicize his undeserved disdain for them. It seems he went to 'The Johnny Manziel School Of Disingenuous Finger Pointing' without checking the recent employment history of its founder. I wouldn't want to enter into a relationship with the Browns either, but it might be time to sober up and do some soul searching when you have failed to maintain that relationship far worse than they have.
I may disagree with the legislation of the recreational, increasingly legalized drug that has kept Josh Gordon for playing a meaningful football games for what feels like the last five years, but it should only leave one party pissed off. That party is the one whose officially licensed merchandise got tagged with a bunch of garbage emojis by an ungrateful stoner that inhaled some marijuana smoke and exhaled his promising career into the wind.