On Sunday night, NFL Network’s The Internet is For Real kicked off a season that has seen several big stories come and go, but one that has stayed with fans for the most part: The Internet and the NFL.
It’s been a big season for both the network and the league.
But, for some fans, the show has been too much for their taste.
The most talked about story in the show’s second half of the season came from Ravens defensive end Cameron Wake, who tweeted out a picture of himself wearing a mask with the words “The Internet Is For Real” in red letters across it.
The caption read: “I don’t know what it’s all about, but I’m glad the Internet is real.”
That message prompted a flurry of comments from people who had no idea that the internet was the thing that is really going on behind closed doors in Baltimore.
The hashtag #TheInternetIsForReal gained traction, and the internet exploded.
The Ravens’ Wake, a two-time Pro Bowler, was a big name in the league last season.
But Wake also has a history of tweeting things that are very off-color and very inappropriate.
He’s been banned from Twitter for his comments.
In October, the Baltimore Sun revealed that Wake had been banned for a year from Twitter after tweeting “I hate black people” in 2016.
And, on Tuesday, Wake tweeted out this message: “We’re in a state of war right now.
If we don’t get it right, we’re in for another 8 months of the same.
I’m so excited to be back in the Ravens locker room on Monday night.
#Theinternetisforreal” The Ravens didn’t respond to a request for comment on whether they are aware of the tweet or not.
Wake, who was also banned from Facebook and Instagram, tweeted about his time in Baltimore during the 2017 season.
He posted a picture on Instagram of himself dressed up in a Ravens jersey, a black mask and a helmet.
That picture went viral and quickly drew attention from fans, with many saying they thought the Ravens had made a mistake by banning Wake.
Wearings have been a huge topic of discussion on social media this season.
Some fans have said they think Wake was banned because he has a mask on, and that people should not be allowed to wear masks on the NFL field.
Others, however, say Wake’s mask is the biggest thing they’ve noticed in Baltimore this season and is actually a major selling point for the Ravens.
While many fans said they were disappointed by Wake’s suspension, the Ravens’ players said they don’t think Wake’s behavior was an excuse.
They are not upset with Wake for wearing a helmet and the mask.
The players said that Wake should have been able to continue to work in the NFL and make money.
“He was a member of our locker room, a member that we respect,” defensive end Arthur Brown said.
“And we want him to be successful and be an impactful member of this team, but that doesn’t mean we don (need to) have his mask on and we don´t want to see him in the stands.
It doesn’t make sense to us.
I think that’s the way the world is.”
Brown and safety Bernard Pollard both added that they believe Wake should not have been banned at all.
Pollard also said that the Ravens have been working hard to get him back to the field.
“I think it is very important to us to get back on the field, and I think the Ravens are doing a great job,” Brown said, “and I think he is going to be fine.”
The Ravens have also hired former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue to help them with the investigation.
Tagliacbue will be tasked with looking into how the NFL handled the suspension and whether any penalties should have come.