Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark decided to hop on Twitter on Tuesday night and criticize a writer for something written about Clark two years ago.

More specifically, Clark decided to take aim at Natalie Weiner of Bleacher/Report for a story she wrote two years ago on SB Nation's Field Gulls site titled "On Frank Clark and blaming the victim." 

Weiner recently wrote a story on former Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy about football's issues with domestic violence, concluding that if Hardy was still talented he would be on an NFL roster.

This is, as far as we can tell, the only reason why Clark would send a tweet on Tuesday evening, where he informed Weiner that she would not have a job in the media very long (or that media jobs don't last long) and that when she was done with it, she could "have a job ... cleaning my fish tank." 

The timing of this is weird; again, the original story was written two years ago when Clark was drafted by the Seahawks. Clark was obviously a talented guy at the time, but he fell in the draft because of concerns over his off-field issues, including an arrest for domestic violence that resulted in his dismissal from Michigan.

Clark did delete the tweet and then offered an apology of sorts.

Clark was drafted by the Seahawks with their first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, No. 63 overall, and over the past two years has developed into a dominant pass rusher, producing 10 sacks in just his second season with Seattle.