Richard Sherman Regrets Calling Crabtree MEDIOCRE

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Richard Sherman seems to be having some second thoughts about hitting Michael Crabtree with the ether. In today’s MMQB, he talked about the regret:

No one has ever made himself great by showing how small someone else is. That’s not mine. It belongs to Irvin Himmel. Somebody tweeted it at me after the NFC Championship Game. If I could pass a lesson on to the kids it would be this: Don’t attack anybody. I shouldn’t have attacked Michael Crabtree the way I did. You don’t have to put anybody else down to make yourself bigger.

I don’t like Sherman trying to put the genie back in the bottle here. Just go full Ric Flair and be happy with that. I bet he doesn’t regret all the interviews and attention though.

One thought on “Richard Sherman Regrets Calling Crabtree MEDIOCRE

  • Yeah I agree, Sherman should stay with all the big talk. Now he’s back peddling faster than a CB on the football field..LOL

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