"Deebo Samuel is annoying": Packers All Pro Keisean Nixon spills on feud against 49ers' WR

Packers All Pro Keisean Nixon spills on feud against 49ers
Packers All Pro Keisean Nixon spills on feud against 49ers' WR Deebo Samuel

Packers corner Keisean Nixon has engaged in a feud with Deebo Samuel and the 49ers this offseason and he is not done yet. In a chat with Kay Adams, he said that he is sick of hearing from the San Francisco players including the wide receiver and Deommodore Lemoir, who engaged in the first exchange. Instead, he said that he waiting for the time when NFC Super Bowl representatives have to visit Green Bay this year.

Keisean Nixon also added that he is particularly annoyed with Deebo Samuel, especially the latter's penchant for FaceTime. Saying that the 49ers player likes to talk crazy:

"I've been having to hear from Deebo and beyond, or Deommodore Lenoir, all summer so I'm kind of sick of hearing them, so they got to come to Lambeau and see us... Deebo was annoying... he likes FaceTime. He wants to like talk crazy in your face. He can talk crazy about the game we put him out."

Deebo Samuel not the primary target in the feud with Keisean Nixon

The thing about the whole beef between Deebo Samuel and Keisean Nixon is that they were not the main protagonists when it started. At least, the 49ers player wasn't. Rather, it was a San Francisco teammate of his that was initially involved.

It all stems from the Packers getting dumped out by the 49ers in the Divisional Round last season in the playoffs. In the offseason, while reliving that memory, All-Pro Keisean Nixon said that they let their opponents off the hook, possibly in reference to the fact that San Francisco came from behind to win the game.

But Deommodore Lenoir was in no mood to let it slide and asked on X, formerly known as Twitter:

"Whooooooooooo yall let off the hook ?"

That escalated when the Packers star replied that he said what he said and called his 49ers counterpart "Custer Face." The San Francisco player did not take that lying down either and responded:

"You lucky you stop wearing a visor I would’ve cracked it like I did you in Highschool"

If anything, Deebo Samuel was trying to act as the peacemaker by saying that the whole thing should be seen in the context of brotherly love.

It does not look as if Deebo Samuel's post has had any effect on Keisean Nixon, who is instead raring to go again when San Francisco visits Green Bay this season. The game is currently scheduled for Nov. 24 at 1:25 p.m. PST on FOX.

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