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Brandon Aiyuk posts cryptic tweet that has fans speculating

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SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 20: Brandon Aiyuk #11 of the San Francisco 49ers runs with the ball during the first half against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Playoffs at Levi's Stadium on January 20, 2024 in Santa Clara, California.
(Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

Brandon Aiyuk clearly wants the attention of the San Francisco 49ers and everyone else.

He wants to get paid and have a bigger role in Kyle Shanahan’s offense, and months have passed and none of that might be possible right now.

The Niners have dealt with this in their own way, and while Aiyuk has claimed he wants to be there, his actions show otherwise.

In the latest in an endless series of passive-aggressive antics and moves, Aiyuk has now decided to take things a step further, sharing a photo from the Washington Commanders film on TikTok (via The DC Sports Guy and Dov Kleiman).

That was not a mistake by any means; he knows what he is doing.

Aiyuk wants to keep pushing everyone until he finally gets his way and gets traded.

Of course, being one of the best receivers in the game last season, he shouldn’t have much trouble finding a new home.

The fact of the matter, though, is that there’s nothing he can do to leave if the Niners don’t want to trade him, and he’ll just have to be a professional about it.

Of course, Aiyuk deserves a bigger payday, but it’s not like he’s making any money right now.

It’s going to have to get to a point where NFL players actually live up to the contracts they willingly agreed to sign, and NFL teams will only go so far as these antics of every player seeking a raise are getting out of hand right now.

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