Takk McKinley is dragging the Falcons (who he plays for) on Twitter

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Atlanta Falcons Defensive End Takk McKinley is airing out his organization on Twitter after another lackluster start to the NFL season.

As if things couldn’t get any worse for the Atlanta Falcons this year, their former first-round draft pick Takk McKinley is making it known that he doesn’t approve of how the organization is handling his status with the team.

Despite Carolina losing Cam Newton to the Patriots and going without Christian McCaffery for most of the year, the ‘Dirty Birds’ are currently 2-6 and the worst team in the NFC South.

With an interim head coach and the firing of General Manager Thomas Dimitroff, it’s clear that the Falcons have some restructuring to do from the top down.

While the Falcons have sounded open to trading the likes of Matt Ryan and Julio Jones, it seems as if not everyone is on the table. Just a few days ago, McKinley took to Twitter to let us all know that the Falcons had declined trade offers for him.

While fans weren’t exactly sure if the team had been shopping Takk around or if he was demanding a trade, he was sure to clear that up today. He wants out. Takk let us know that those trade offers included a package with a second-round pick that Falcons fans may have wanted to hear out.

Clown emojis. Yikes. McKinley has only played in four games for Atlanta this year and with production down, it’ll be interesting to see what plans they have for Takk in the future.

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