Jackass fan defaces NFL player's lawn

Leodis McKelvin

Leodis McKelvin

Buffalo Bills kick returner Leodis McKelvin was the goat in the Buffalo Bills' stunning collapse Monday night against the New England Patriots. His fumble of a kickoff set up the Patriots' game-winning score. Fans were understandably upset, but one (or more) took it way too far:

Bills players are concerned with their privacy and safety after the front lawn of a home belonging to cornerback Leodis McKelvin was vandalized following Buffalo's season-opening loss to New England.

Hamburg police on Tuesday confirmed the home of a Bills player was vandalized, but declined to release details of their investigation after an obscenity and the score of Monday night's game -- a 25-24 loss to the Patriots -- were painted in white on the player's lawn in suburban Buffalo.

The vandalism prompted Bills linebacker Kawika Mitchell to post this warning on his Twitter account:

"W/ all the safety issues n the NFL its not funny at all," Mitchell wrote. "We have Fam at our homes to protect. If u show ur face on my prop Ill make sure I do everythin to keep my Fam safe."

I don't blame Mitchell at all -- some fans take things way too seriously.

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