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Cowboys DE Tyrone Crawford fuming at Madden 19 for his appearance

It’s one thing to give NFL players ratings on Madden that they would not like. It’s another to make their virtual versions in the game look nothing close to reality. Such was the case for Dallas Cowboys defensive end Tyrone Crawford, who took to social media to express his utter disgust over the way Madden gave his avatar in the game what seems to be the body type of a forced-fed hog.

Crawford is a large human being. He stands 6-foot-4 and comes with a 290-pound frame. That said, he is not someone who sports a protruding belly, which was what Madden initially gave him.

Here’s Crawford shouting at the top of his lungs on Twitter.

Fortunately, for Crawford, the authorities have heard his message loud and clear, as EA Sports immediately responded, saying that Crawford’s character is “under review.”

Tyrone Crawford did not have to wait for long, though, to savor justice, as EA Sports quickly went to work and sculpted his virtual likeness to a more acceptable digital-to-real-life ratio.

Crawford, who was drafted in the third round of the 2012 NBA Draft by Dallas, played 16 games last season for the Cowboys and recorded 4.0 sacks. He has a career total of 16.5 sacks in five seasons in Dallas.