Richard Sherman, In Full Spin Control Mode, Regrets Attacking Michael Crabtree

January 29, 2014 4:14 PM
Richard Sherman, In Full Spin Control Mode, Regrets Attacking Michael Crabtree
" BOSTON (CBS) — Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, ever a lightning rod of spirited debate, expressed regret for his post- NFC Championship Game behavior … but not completely.

In an article titled “10 Things I Learned After America Learned About Me” on Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback site, Sherman opens by expressing regret for attacking Michael Crabtree.

“If I could pass a lesson on to the kids it would be this: Don’t attack anybody,” Sherman wrote. “I shouldn’t have attacked Michael Crabtree the way I did. You don’t have to put anybody else down to make yourself bigger.”

Sherman’s self-described attack on Crabtree extended beyond his now-infamous postgame interview with Erin Andrews and into the CenturyLink Field interview room. There, Sherman made it clear that he felt Crabtree is a “mediocre receiver” by saying so multiple times, all while smirking and wearing a bow tie. He clearly set out to mock the 49ers receiver on national TV, and he was able to deliver his message loud and clear "

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