Sherman doesn't regret comments directed at Crabtree

Sherman doesn't regret comments directed at Crabtree
April 24, 2014, 9:30 am
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I don't regret anything.
Richard Sherman

It's been over three months since Richard Sherman called Michael Crabtree a "sorry receiver" after the NFL Championship game, but the controversy is still a topic of discussion everywhere Sherman goes.

Sherman, speaking as part of a panel that included Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Texans running back Arian Foster at the Harvard Business School on Thursday, stood by his comments about the 49ers wide receiver.

"I don't regret anything," the Boston Globe quoted Sherman as saying.

"People said I had no class. What is class in sports? What exactly is it? Do I say great game and go cookie cutter? No. I don't think he played a great game. If it was Larry [Fitzgerald], and the same situation happened, I wouldn't have said a thing. Because I respect Larry," Sherman went on to say.

Crabtree will get his first shot at revenge against Sherman on Thanksgiving night (November 27) at Levi's Stadium. They will square off two weeks later in Seattle.

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