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Retired NFL kicker Jay Feely sparked outrage after he tweeted a photo of himself armed with a gun between his daughter and her prom date.

The tweet read, "Wishing my beautiful daughter and her date a great time at prom #BadBoys."

The photo received backlash online, with many people saying that Feely supported gun violence.

"I think people are reacting to this in a way that is overly sensitive and they just need to relax," Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich said on Sunday.

Feely lives in Arizona, a state whose laws allow anyone over the age of 21 to openly carry a weapon without a license.

"It's a joke. He's not using the gun inappropriately, his finger is out of the trigger well," Pavlich said. "Dads have been making this joke for centuries."

Feely on Sunday tweeted that he "did not intend" for the photo "to be insensitive" and that he takes gun safety seriously.

Feely played for a number of team during his NFL career, including the Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears.

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