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After Patrick Peterson announced on Tuesday night that he has signed a five-year, $70 million contract extension with the Arizona Cardinals, Seahawks DB Richard Sherman decided to open his mouth...

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Patrick Peterson addressed the Twitter feud during his extension press conference...
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I don’t how he feels about it, but I think it’s fun, healthy competition. I’m having fun with it, sometimes it seems like he’s a little salty with it. I don’t have any problems with Richard. I don’t have any beef with him. I am having fun. I don’t know if he’s having fun. We have had our exchanges over the last month or so and obviously he is still exchanging words this morning, but it is what it is. I have no ill feelings toward Richard. I wish him the best of luck throughout his career and season and I guess it’ll be must-watch TV when we play Seattle.

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have a feeling Sherman's day will come. That overall defense makes him look better than he actually is. Looking at the next Nnamdi O. or Revis. Take him off the team...gonna fall flat.
Reply35 months
"You have what I really want, so here is a picture of my superbowl ring." - Richard Sherman 2014
Reply35 months
"70mill >>>>>>>>>>> 57mill"
Reply35 months
PP7 with the classy response. Way to represent. But there is no doubting Sherman's abilities on the field. He talks the talk and walks the walk. I'd still take PP7 over him tho.
Reply35 months
I was ok with him talking shite to Crabtree, because he backed it up. He backed it up in the SB too. Thing is, there is something about being humble after proving you are the big dog. The "feud" fight going on right now is silly, and if he doesn't back it up this year and Peterson does, it's going to make him look like a fool
Reply35 months
class act PP
Reply35 months
Can't wait for Sherman to get embarrassed this season. Fat piece of humble pie coming right up. Cocky a-hole.
Reply35 months
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