Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams posted six defensive plays from the Broncos' playbook on Twitter, according to The Denver Post.
The team gave each player an iPad this year with the playbook loaded on it. Coach John Fox said the ability to get information in the hands of players remotely was valuable, but all NFL teams are highly protective of their play designs.
According to the paper, a team official quickly contacted Williams and had him remove the plays from his account.
It's the latest in a string of issues for Williams, who is suing the NFL in an attempt to get a six-game suspension for violating the performance-enhancing drug policy overturned and also has an August trial scheduled for a DUI charge.
"If I was involved in 10 conversations about going to these iPads, nine of them were strictly about the security of the information," Packers coach Mike McCarthy told ESPN Milwaukee's Jason Wilde. "That was my No. 1 concern. So, that's intact. There's a system."
There is no system, however, to stop a clueless player, apparently.