DENVER, CO - JANUARY 24: Former Denver Bronco Shannon Sharpe celebrates after defeating the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 24, 2016 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Patriots 20-18. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Shannon Sharpe trolls Patriots fans but shows remorse

Former Broncos tight end Shannon Sharpe has a lot of time on his hands now that he’s not working for CBS.

The Hall of Famer was using that time to engage in a Twitter war with Patriots fans and even some members of the Boston media a day after the Broncos’ 20-18 win over the Patriots in the AFC championship game.

Sharpe seems to be calling for a cease fire, however. This is what he tweeted at 2:37 p.m.

Here are some of the highlights (or lowlights) of Sharpe’s timeline.

Sharpe was a member of the Broncos’ 1997 and 1998 championship teams and the Ravens’ 2000 championship team. He made eight Pro Bowls and was named First-Team All-Pro four times.

He worked on “The NFL Today” for more than a decade but was replaced before the 2014 season.

Sharpe and Patriots fans go way back. In 1996, while the Broncos were beating the Patriots 34-8 at New England, Sharpe picked up a phone on the sideline and mockingly called the president asking for the National Guard.

Ah, those were the days. Before Twitter existed, all that trolling was face-to-face and kind of funny. It was a simpler time.

How about we all move on? Apparently there’s a big game in a couple of weeks.