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Sherman slams Crabtree
Richard Sherman delivered an epic post-game rant after the Seattle Seahawks won the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, calling out San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree. Sherman, who deflected a Colin Kaepernick pass that led to the game-clinching interception, also got in Crabtree's face in the games closing seconds. Sherman on Monday apologized in a text message to ESPN's Ed Werder and addressed the issue on ESPN Radio. Did you like Sherman's post-game tirade? Was his apology sincere? Do you expect more trash talk ahead of the Super Bowl?
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Rookie Michael Crabtree could get his first start with the 49ers this week. Veteran T.O. hasn't been getting many touches in Buffalo's anemic offense.
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Braylon Edwards allegedly decks one of LeBron James' friends and gets traded to the Jets. Michael Crabtree, with Hammer along for the ride, finally signs with the 49ers a month into the regular season. Likely first-round pick Dez Bryant is ruled ineligible for the rest of the season at Oklahoma State for violating NCAA bylaws.
And all of this in a week when Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens have been quiet.
The point? It's not difficult to find wide receivers capable of making headlines. Getting the guys who make plays consistently is a bit more challenging.
Scouts Inc. has put together a list of the best wide receivers in the game, but with Owens fading and Marvin Harrison gone, what are we to make of the current crop of receivers? Have Larry Fitzgerald and Andre Johnson taken over at the top?