Coming into the NFL Draft on April 25th, Nick Bosa is expected to go very high in the draft. The defensive end out of Ohio State is one of those players who are good enough to make an immediate impact with any team that ends up drafting him. While he might be a great player, he feels as though his political opinions could ultimately get him in trouble depending on what team he plays for. Bosa explained that he deleted a plethora of pro-Trump and anti-Colin Kaepernick tweets. When asked why Bosa noted that the second team in the draft used to have Kaepernick on their team.

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“I had to,” Bosa said in an interview with ESPN. “There is a chance I might end up in San Francisco.”

San Francisco is known as a more liberal city, so Bosa wants to make sure that the fans don't hate him if he should go there. He also deleted some tweets where he criticized Beyoncé and referred to Dwyane Wade as parrot fish.

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Bosa also said in the interview that the Arizona Cardinals would be making a huge mistake if they don't take him with the first overall pick. As of right now, it's unclear who the Cardinals plan on taking, although some feel like Kyler Murray might be the frontrunner.