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Tamba Hali is 10th among all active players and second among Kansas City Chiefs all-time in career sacks, but at 33 years old his role on the team is changing—Hali started just two games in 2016, by far the fewest of his career, and produced just three and a half sacks, his fewest since he was a 25-year-old defensive end in 2008. In a Saturday Twitter rant, Hali let it be known he’s not real happy with these developments, particularly with his limited use in Kansas City’s narrow, miserable, ice-delayed divisional round playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers:

This after Hali let it be known he “wasn’t too pleased” with the team’s unexpected firing of general manager John Dorsey back in June. Add it to what has already been a tumultuous, baffling offseason in Kansas City.