At this point, it feels like we've heard from everyone with regards to Richard Sherman and his behavior at the end of the NFC Championship Game on Sunday night. Some people loved the post-game interview he did with Erin Andrews. Others? Not so much. But either way, we're getting tired of talking about it. So it's time to move on. Er, or is it?
Up until now, the NFL has stayed pretty quiet about the entire situation. Sure, Roger Goodell spoke out against Sherman's post-game interview earlier today. But otherwise, the league hasn't really gone on the record with their feelings about what Sherman said and did to Michael Crabtree at the end of the game. Until now.
The NFL just fined the Seahawks cornerback $7,875 for taunting and unsportsmanlike conduct. And something tells us that the fine is going to start a whole new round of dialogue about what happened. Damn you, NFL. Damn you! Just when we thought we were in the clear…
[via Pro Football Talk]