Jan 19, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman (25) gets shoved in the face by San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree (15) while trying to shake hands after an interception by Seahawks outside linebacker Malcolm Smith (not pictured) during the second half of the 2013 NFC Championship football game at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Richard Sherman trolls Michael Crabtree with autograph


Richard Sherman knows he is the best corner back in the game, and he also knows how to get inside the heads of his opposition — and his haters.

According to Yahoo! Sports, Sherman is making headlines once again, this time using his autograph.

He is signing pictures of his “Immaculate Deflection” in the NFC title game with an additional message: “Sorry Crabtree.”

The move might add more fuel to the fire in a very heated Seahawks-49ers rivalry, but Sherman doesn’t care and he shouldn’t.

Watching the two teams play is a spectacle and the two have developed one of the best rivalries in football.

In each of the past two seasons, either the Seahawks or 49ers have represented the NFC in the Super Bowl, and in head-to-head battles, they have created memorable moments like Sherman’s game-saving play in the NFC Championship game last year.

Both teams are expected to compete for the NFC crown again next season and it will be exciting to see Sherman and Crabtree on the same field again.

At this point, it’s safe to say, it’s not going to be a very friendly meeting.

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  • KloverJane

    Awesome. Keep on pressing it. Not mediocrity here boi!

  • Mechguy

    Nothing I love more then to watch the Seahawks beat the whiners. It’s pleasurable in so many ways, just seeing the squirming that Harbaugh does at the post game interview is more then worth the price of admission.