“He was just pretty much saying we were nobodies and that we should come up to him after they got the win,” Sherman
said,when asked what Brady told Seattle’s defense two years ago. “So we should take that pretty well. We should just, ‘Cool. Can I get your autograph, too?’”
“Like I said before, I think people sometimes get a skewed view of Tom Brady,” Sherman said. “That he’s just a clean-cut, does everything right, and never says a bad word to anyone. And we know him to be otherwise. So, in that moment of him being himself, he said some things and we returned the favor. And unfortunately he apparently didn’t remember what he said, etc., etc., but I’m sure in those moments of him yelling at the ref he’s just saying, ‘Good job, you’re doing a fantastic job, keep it up.’”
It’s safe to say Richard Sherman will be looking forward to playing New England in this years Superbowl. The Patriots have their own distractions to face this week with the deflategate scandal.