Antonio Cromartie asks 'who cares' in Richard Sherman-Darrelle Revis spat

Tanya Simon
January 21, 2020

Richard Sherman finds motivation in the haters, even when there aren't any.

Richard Sherman is returning to the Super Bowl, providing redemption for his decision to join the San Francisco 49ers two years ago.

Revis is up there with Deion Sanders, Charles Woodson and others in that discussion.

The confetti of the San Francisco 49ers' NFC championship victory celebration hadn't finished falling before retired National Football League corner Darrelle Revis starting slinging Twitter arrows at Niners corner Richard Sherman.

"He's doing exactly what he's being coached to do", Cromartie said of Sherman.

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Update: Revis and Sherman kept going back and forth.

If you feel like you've heard this all before, it's probably because you have.

And then there's 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman, who is also in the discussion. It's as if people were frustrated that at the start of my career I was so confident that people wanted me to fail. "It's frustrating, but I'm about to talk about it in this press conference".

The reality of the matter is that Revis and Sherman are different. It's a tale as old as time, just barely pre-dating the tale of overlong morning debate shows using Revis' equivalent of saying he could once throw a pigskin a quarter-mile as a launching point for a way-too-serious discussion on something so insignificant.

Suggs, who spent 16 seasons with the Ravens, will look to cement his Hall of Fame candidacy with a victory in his second Super Bowl appearance (Won SB XLVII) this time as a member of the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs. He still passed for a season-high 446 yards in the loss but remained in the pocket for most of the matchup.

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