The former New England wide receiver told Mashable in an interview Sunday that he planned to live-Tweet the entire game.
“It won’t get in-depth as far as what happened in practice and stuff like that,” Underwood said. “But it will basically be comments on the game, only from someone who will obviously have a bit more knowledge about it than a regular fan.”
The team released Underwood in favor of adding another defensive lineman to their Super Bowl rotation. After the Patriots’ decision, Underwood has gained over 5,000 new followers on Twitter and has posted several upbeat Tweets in the hours leading up the game.