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January 21, 2014 at 3:08 PM

Sherman frustrated teammates didn’t get enough credit

I wasn’t able to hear this interview Richard Sherman gave to NBC Sports Radio today, but here is a recap from Pro Football Talk detailing how Sherman said he is disappointed that the attention to what he did after the game is taking attention away from what his teammates accomplished.

As quoted in the story, Sherman said:

“It was a heated moment, it was an intense moment, just made a big play and our team just won a huge game. I’m a little frustrated by the attention that’s not being paid to my teammates. Marshawn Lynch had an incredible game. Earl Thomas had a great game. James Carpenter, our D-line, Bobby Wagner had 15 tackles, Doug Baldwin had over 100 yards. I just feel like it’s unfortunate that all those things are being overshadowed by what’s going on. That’s why I apologized, because I think my teammates deserved better.”

Sherman is scheduled to meet the media on Wednesday as the Seahawks return to practice.

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