Which NFL players will be the best at social media?

NFL players who have used Twitter in the past year are listed here.


Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham is the league’s top social media user, according to data from the sports marketing firm Insights West.

He is second only to Tom Brady among players in terms of how many followers he has, and third among all active players in Twitter followers.

He leads all active NFL players with more than 2.5 million followers.

The No. 2 player in terms, with 3.5.2 million followers, is Deion Sanders of the Green Bay Packers.


Antonio Brown, Steelers Brown has the third-highest number of followers among active players, with 1.567 million.

He also leads the league in Twitter fans.

His follower count stands at 8.2.3 million, well above the next player, Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, with 865,000.


Michael Bennett, Seahawks Bennett is third in terms (with 1.25 million) in Twitter follower counts.

He’s followed by Aaron Rodgers of the Packers with 1 million and Calvin Johnson of the Lions with 631,000 followers.


Justin Timberlake, Timberlake has the fourth-highest total Twitter followers, with 935,000 fans.

He has surpassed former NBA player Kobe Bryant, who has 7.3 and 6.7 million followers respectively.


Aaron Rodgers, Packers Rodgers is fourth in terms in Twitter number of fans, with 4,631,700 fans.

The most fans are from the New York Jets, with 2,917,700.


Deion Brees, Saints Brees leads the NFL in fans with 637,500 fans, followed by Adrian Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings with 537,400 fans.


J.J. Watt, Texans Watt has more than 6 million fans on Twitter.

He follows the New Orleans Saints, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Houston Texans.


DeMarco Murray, Cowboys Murray has 1.4 million followers on Twitter, well below the next highest player, Ezekiel Elliott of the Dallas Cowboys.


Russell Wilson, Seahawks Wilson leads the way in Twitter fan numbers, with 715,500 followers.

His followers are more than the next most popular player, DeMarco Bryant of the St. Louis Rams, with 671,000 and the next-highest in terms is Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Buffalo Bills, with 549,000 Twitter followers to his name.


Aaron Hernandez, Patriots Hernandez has 2.7 Twitter followers and 2.1 million followers in total.


Joe Montana, Montana has 1 million followers and 1.8 million followers overall.


Adrian Peterson, Vikings Peterson has more followers than the players listed here, and is second in Twitter following him.


Peyton Manning, Broncos Manning has 3.3 followers per follower, well over the next best player, Joe Montana of the Montana Grizzlies, with just 2.9 followers per fan.


Tom Brady, Patriots Brady has 3,624,700 followers on the platform, a number that is up from his previous high of 3,503,100 in 2015.


Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks Lynch has 4.3 fans per follower.


Joe Flacco, Ravens Flacco leads the pack in Twitter followings, with almost 6 million followers for his Twitter account.


Brett Favre, Packers Favre has 1,821,000 on the site.


Adrian Bennett, Chargers Bennett has 2,822,000 followings.


DeAndre Hopkins, Texans Hopkins has 3 million followers to Hopkins’ 1 million, and he has the next few highest, A.

J Green of the Cincinnati Bengals with 2.3.


Dez Bryant, Cowboys Bryant has 4 million followers total, well more than any other player in the league.


Tom Savage, Chiefs Savage has 4,094,800 followers on social media.


Jameis Winston, Bucs Winston has 2 million followers with a total of 2.6 million followers across the board.


Odor Beckham, Giants Beckham is first in terms on social-media followers with 1,569,000, behind only the league leader, Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks.


Eli Manning, Giants Manning has 2 billion followers on Facebook.


Matt Ryan, Falcons Ryan has 2 1 billion followers across social media and is ahead of the next two players, Drew Brees of the Saints and Aaron Rodgers with 1 1 billion and 1 1.6 billion, respectively.


Tom Hanks, Hanks has 1 billion fans.


Terrell Owens, Texans Owens has 2 4 billion followers and is the third most popular on Twitter behind the next players in both terms and fans.


Tom Petty, Petty has 2 3 billion fans across social-coms.


Aaron Schatz, CBS Sports The former Notre Dame quarterback has 2 2 billion fans, according the sports network.