Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Todd Herremans has apologized for an anti-gay tweet.

The NFL player took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to protest the gay content in HBO's vampire series True Blood.

“So.. caught up on Trueblood las nite.. Not a fan of how they get u hooked with the 1st 2 seasons then bring on a barrage of homosexuality..,” he messaged over 2,000 followers.

Philadelphia Inquirer columnist John Gonzalez responded to the message and asked for clarification.

“@gonzophilly I have no issues with homosexuality, to each his/her own,” Herremans messaged back. “Its just not for me.. #justsaying”

Gonzalez followed up, asking the 27-year-old Herremans how a gay Eagles employee would feel about his remarks.

“@gonzophilly like I said... To each his/her own,” was the reply.

By noon on Tuesday, the conversation had been removed, according to Gonzalez, who wrote about the incident, and Herremans followed up with an apology.

“After speaking with Eagles management, I realize that my tweet earlier was insensitive and tasteless, and for this, I deeply apologize.”

“It was not my intention to offend or hurt anyone.”