What really set off Richard Sherman, sparking post-game rant

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Richard Sherman. If you don’t know his name, you will now.

The Seattle Seahawks won their playoff game (23-17) against the San Francisco 49ers thanks to a game-saving play by Sherman. In a post-game rant, Sherman spouted off to sports reporter Erin Andrews about being the “best player in the game.” His interview quickly went viral, but not everyone knew what set Sherman off. Until now.

(Story continues with blog post from Sherman after video.)


On Monday, Sherman wrote a commentary about the incident. It started with this:

What a night, and what a finish.

Near midnight I still had about 70 unread text messages from friends and family, most of which read, “Best interview ever!” Many of my Twitter mentions were less supportive. My body ached. I was thrilled and proud and upset, all at once.

Here’s what happened …” Read more here.


Hear more from Sherman below:

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