There's nothing like a little Twitter back-and-forth to spice up the NFL preseason. On Tuesday night the Cardinals made Patrick Peterson the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL:

Eight minutes later, Richard Sherman hinted at his superiority by retweeting this:

Peterson's reaction? A play on Sherman's infamous "You Mad Bro?" tweet:

But Sherman may have pulled the ultimate trump card by posting a photo of his massive Seahawks Super Bowl ring:

... Complete with a Drake lyric subtweet:

"Sometimes it seems like he's a little salty about it. But it is what it is. I don't have any problems with Richard," Peterson told reporters on Wednesday. Since both cornerbacks seem to be taking a break from social punches (for now), let's revisit Round 1 of their Twitter battle. When Sherman signed his $57.4 million contract extension in May, Peterson expressed his interest in making just as much -- if not more -- and was met with sharp commentary from Sherman:

Peterson went to the tape to make his point:

But at the end of the day, Sherman was all about the numbers:

Can we get these two on a reality series?

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