Richard Sherman backs up mouth with play on field to help Seattle to Super Bowl

  • Article by: TIM BOOTH , Associated Press
  • Updated: January 20, 2014 - 6:23 PM

SEATTLE — Richard Sherman didn't go into details about what happened, but somewhere during the offseason he felt slighted by San Francisco wide receiver Michael Crabtree.

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williepep2Jan. 20, 1411:17 AM

The guy is a fool, his dreads passing for a Jester's hat.

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akornJan. 20, 1412:19 PM

Disgraceful antics -- taunting, bragging. A terrible display watched by impressionable young athletes around the country. The NFL ought to punish him severely. I'd say suspend him from the Super Bowl. That would make a statement that there's more to a game than how well you play.

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eprewittJan. 20, 1412:28 PM

Seattle is better then that, must be personal with he and Crabtree

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vexablemanJan. 20, 14 1:28 PM

"I'm just happy to be here - hope I can help the ball club. You have to play them one game at a time and the good lord winning - things will work out".

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mankatoeastJan. 20, 14 2:28 PM

Sherman was I lash from missing that ball and S.F win. He should keep his mouth and visuals to himself and be thank full for the win.

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biskerJan. 20, 14 6:39 PM

If his goal was to convey himself as a whiny, unsportsmanlike chump, then job well done!

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