L’Jarius Sneed’s Instagram is why the offseason feels so long

'Tis the season...

Oct 12, 2023; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed (38) runs on
Oct 12, 2023; Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L'Jarius Sneed (38) runs on / Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
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Kansas City Chiefs fans know that some tough decisions are going to be made this offseason but that doesn't make the offseason any less stressful. For instance, we've now officially entered the "Why did that player post that message on his social media?" portion of the offseason—and it's not fun.

Pending free agent L'Jarius Sneed uploaded a picture of him on Instagram over the weekend and left a caption of an eagle emoji. Of course, this leads to everyone speculating if this is Sneed's way of telling Chiefs fans (and the world) that he's going to sign with Philadelphia this offseason.

If you dig a little deeper, however, you'll see that Sneed appears to be a fan of using this particular emoji.

In this post, Sneed says "Respect the game!" and finishes with an eagle emoji. This was posted four weeks ago.

Six weeks ago, the eagle emoji struck again, accompanying a caption that said "This ain't that #ChiefsWin" with a piece sign emoji.

Seven weeks ago, Sneed wrote: The Rose [rose emoji] That Grew From Concrete [eagle emoji]", again indicating that he might just be a big fan of this emoji.

Eight weeks ago, Sneed posted a picture of him arriving to an away location with the caption "IMMORTAL" and that same eagle emoji.

Chiefs fans may need to calm down a bit

While the recent Instagram post of just the eagle emoji might seem worrisome, it appears that Sneed is quite fond of using it in a lot of his posts. Maybe he does end up signing with Philadelphia and meant that he was going to do so with this recent Instragram post. Or maybe, he's just a fan of the emoji and people read into it too much.

Either way, if we're already panicking over social media posts, we're clearly going to be in for a long offseason.

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