Photo shows Kyle Long didn't take kindly to Seahawks fans' taunting

SHARE Photo shows Kyle Long didn't take kindly to Seahawks fans' taunting
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It was a disappointing and frustrating day for the Chicago Bears in Seattle as they fell to the Seahawks 26-0.

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Matthew Byrne, a sports photographer that was shooting the game, captured the below photo of Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long pointing and shouting at the Seahawks crowd.

Byrnes’ caption read:

sportphotognbc5: #Frustration sets in after #SeahawksFans taunt the @chicagobears bench.

Long’s demeanor was the complete opposite when the Bears right tackle and Matt Forte hit the town in Seattle and posed as street models.

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