The Chirp: 2015 ESPYS Edition

Live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, the 2015 ESPYS had a little bit of everything. Throughout the night — from the first red-carpet selfie to the final drop of confetti — athletes from across the sports world took to Twitter to react:

Rams defensive end Chris Long and more on the full spectrum of red-carpet looks:

The kid answering questions. — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) July 16, 2015

Pistons center Andre Drummond and Broncos RB Montee Ball on ESPYS Night’s ups & downs:

Former NFL RBRyan GrantonRonda Rouseycalling outFloyd Mayweatheron the red carpet:

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and more keep the Chirp-worthy looks going backstage:

Selfie with the most elite athletic programs in the land!!!! @JulieFoudy @cdcase54 @mitchellhfrank — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) July 16, 2015

Stars forward Jamie Benn & more congratulate TPT Founding Publisher Derek Jeter on his Icon Award:

#TheCaptain — Jamie Benn (@jamiebenn14) July 16, 2015 Derek Jeter is the best athlete to do it on all levels. #ClosedCase — Micah Musa Pellerin (@Island_15) July 16, 2015

Marlins infielder Dee Gordon congratulates Best Breakthrough Athlete Award winner Mo’ne Davis:

Browns WR Andrew Hawkins and more congratulate Best Play Award winner Odell Beckham Jr.:

Odell’s catch really might be the goat — Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) July 16, 2015

Cavs forward LeBron James and more congratulate Jimmy V. Perseverance Award winner Leah Still:

Probably 1 of the most powerful things I’ve ever heard in person. A ton of respect for @Dev_Still71 and his daughter for sharing that story — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) July 16, 2015

NFL Hall of Famer Barry Sanders congratulates Best Male Athlete Award winner Steph Curry:

Former NFL tight end Tom Crabtree — tweeting live for TPT — and more on Arthur Ashe Courage Award winner Caitlyn Jenner:

More from TPT’s own Tom Crabtree, live-tweeting like a pro throughout the ESPYS:

Former NFL WR Donté Stallworth and more on Best Team Award winner the USWNT:

And finally, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers takes us home — with some help from an old friend:

Actually, one last tweet. Great shot, Julie Foudy:

You know what — let’s do one more: