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January 21, 2014 at 11:43 AM

Hank Aaron tweets support to Richard Sherman

It seems like everyone and their mother has an opinion on Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. His interview after Sunday’s win against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game has caused quite the stir.

People that don’t cover the NFL or even watch football that much have something to say about it, and as time has passed since the game people have been even more receptive of Sherman’s rant. Many are now noting that Sherman was reacting in the moment of the game and that there’s nothing wrong with that.

Earlier today, one of the best baseball players ever voiced his opinion on Twitter, tweeting a message at Sherman.

Hank Aaron has 755 career home runs and is one of the best and most respected baseball players ever. No matter what sport you play, a stamp of approval from ‘Hammerin’ Hank’ is a welcome one.

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