Richard Sherman in a Twitter feud? You don’t say

By now, there’s a good chance that you’re tired of hearing about Richard Sherman and (insert name of NFL player here) going back and forth on Twitter. That’s no knock on Sherman — he almost never starts these things, he’s just the type of person who’s not going to let it go if somebody questions his ability — it’s just that we’ve seen so many of these, it’s starting to get repetitive.

But, if you’re still entertained by Sherman getting in smack-talking battles on Twitter, and pretty much always winning (seriously, why do players keep doing this? He’s going to win) here are the recaps:

Kevin Shockey at KJR.com recaps Sherman’s beef with fellow corner DeAngelo Hall, while USA Today has the rundown of a rather lopsided Sherman victory over LeGarrette Blount, aka, Punchy McDuck.

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