This is something that I feel like I should of posted a long time ago, so I'm just going to get this out of the way.
When it comes to the 49ers signing Richard Sherman, I consider it to be very ironic. Before Sherman signed with the 49ers, he was pretty much the most hated player on the Seahawks, especially after the the 2013 NFC Championship game where he, both figuratively and literally, single handedly costed the 49ers a chance to play in Super Bowl 48 and he called former 49ers WR Michael Crabtree a Mediocre Receiver live on TV. Many 49er fans would talk trash about Sherman and would call him overrated and that he sucks. After Sherman signed with the 49ers, they gladly welcomed him with open arms like as if they either completely forgot about all the hate they were giving him when he was on the Seahawks or pretended like as if it never happened. You could say that they're being complete hypocrites. It's like the Seahawks signing Malcolm Butler and us welcoming him to the team despite the fact that he costed us a chance to win Super Bowl 49. It's very ironic and hypocritical. However, this is just my opinion.
Do you agree or disagree? Why or why not?
-- Via: @seahawkscentral
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