Updated Apr 7, 2014 - 8:41 am
'Sorry Crabtree,' love, Richard Sherman
That's a one-way conversation from Richard Sherman to Michael Crabtree, broadcast after the outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback outdid him on a potential game-tying touchdown pass.
"Don't you open your mouth about the best," Sherman said, moments after the play and getting in Crabtree's facemask, yakking.
The one-way, very-public monologue has yet to cease. Except, it took an unexpected turn. Sherman, perhaps sincerely but likely sarcastically, has carried the dialogue into his John Hancock, now penning "Sorry Crabtree" on a picture of the famous play.
This is the stuff of WWE.