Remember that!" and "You still not going to do nothing.
The New Orleans Saints selected Thomas in the second round of the 2016 draft and he has been one of the best wide receivers in the National Football League since then.
It all started on Instagram when DeVante Parker answered a question that asked: Which is tougher? Parker picked the first, clearly proud of his eight-catch, 137-yard showing against Gilmore in December.
Thomas, though, came in hot, writing, "Go run some numbers up". Then you can talk.
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"Quit crying bra", Parker told Thomas, including several laughing emojis.
"@cantguardmike got some hard feelings there brotha??? Let me get targeted 300 times a game".
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After a few more jabs by each receiver, Thomas posted the final words, telling Parker, "You can't even get a seat at the table". Thomas also has the benefit of catching most of his passes from future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees versus the rotating cast of feeble Miami signal-callers consisting of Ryan Tannehill (2015-2016, 2018), Matt Moore (2016-2017), Jay Cutler (2017), Brock Osweiler (2018), Ryan Fitzpatrick (2019) and Josh Rosen (2019).
Parker, meanwhile, had a career year of his own, shedding his bust label by racking up 1,202 yards and nine touchdowns on 72 catches.
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That is, of course, until Michael Thomas saw Parker's comment.