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  1. Ray_Maines says:

    I’m all for it

  2. TallyHawk says:

    James Carpenter was one of the guys working out there. It’s no wonder he’s in shape the guy that runs the place is intense!!

  3. doubledink says:

    Sherm just bein’ Sherm.

  4. I kinda wish Sherm would shut it and just play. Talk is cheap. We know the road to the SB goes through SF and Seattle…

  5. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    I love his intensity. Even after winning the Superbowl, I love how he stills carries that 5th round chip on his shoulder–his eyes show how that still burns at him. Some NFL players get their big paydays then slack off a bit. Not Sherm. That he still feels disrespected ensures he will continue to try to prove he’s “the best corner in the game.”

  6. Crabtree said some nasty stuff about Sherman’s family, while they were both at an off-season charity event. Sherman told him he would respond during the season. He did. Sherman won, on the field.

    Anybody think he Seahawks will be less motivated in the 2014 season?

  7. doubledink says:

    He doesn’t do details of the beef. He just reassures anyone that it is not over by a long shot. He does it to ensure he stays in Crabtree’s head. I’m fine with it.

  8. Here’s what I like about this “feud”. Sherman will tell you he doesn’t like the guy. He’ll tell you what he thinks. But he won’t tell you why. There is obviously something very deep, very personal that happened. And now Sherman has made it his duty to personally make the guys life miserable for the rest of his career. I bet you anything, Crab spends more time going up against the CB opposite Sherman because he knows deep inside he woke the sleeping lion and it was a mistake.

  9. AZBubba71 says:

    Stay in Crabtree’s head (and Harbaugh’s by proxy)…there is plenty of room there for Sherman to rummage about.

  10. juliusvrooder says:

    I’m all good with this. I was telling my son today that all the BS came down to one moment: One winner, and one loser. I’m good with this.

  11. Hammajamma says:

    This is what happens with a lot of media exposure. If you watch this clip along with the NFL.com interview, you see guys digging up the Crabtree story looking for some juice. RS seems slightly reluctant to take the bait, but eventually does, it seems, out of a sense of honesty or obligation to play along. Over time he may learn how to navigate those waters more deftly, but you don’t see any chest pounding rants.

    He’s not the one keeping the story alive, he’s just not ready to kill it.

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