Outspoken star’s comment could be interpreted in two ways.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is reportedly signing autographs of images of his defining play of the NFC Championship Game with “Sorry Crabtree”.
The 26-year-old made the headlines last season after his live tirade aimed at the San Francisco 49ers star, in which he labelled him a “sorry receiver” after batting away a late play which ultimately sealed the win for the Seawhawks as they went on to later win the Super Bowl against the Denver Broncos.
While Sherman has in fact apologised for his actions since, it appears as though he isn’t letting Crabtree off lightly as their feud continues, and it only serves to add further spice to their rivalry in the upcoming season.
Nevertheless, the comment is being interpreted in two ways, with some suggesting that it is a genuinely light-hearted apologetic joke, but others insist that it is still Sherman being Sherman and he is driving home his point of Crabtree being a “sorry receiver”.
Either way, the Seahawks star is back in the headlines again and it is left to public opinion to decide whether or not his antics are all that funny or not…
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