Last summer, Larry Fitzgerald held a charity softball game. At that game, Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree exchanged words with one another. And eventually, those words led to Sherman's outburst after the NFC Championship Game earlier this year.

This summer, Fitzgerald is planning on holding the charity softball game again. And just like last year, he's going to invite Sherman and Crabtree to play in the game and he's also reached out to DeAngelo Hall about playing in it. But because of the incident involving Sherman and Crabtree at the end of the NFL season and the recent Twitter argument involving Sherman and Hall, Fitzgerald reportedly called Hall to tell him that he doesn't want any problems at the game.

"I had Larry Fitzgerald call me," Hall said during an interview on 106.7 The Fan in Washington, D.C. today. "I'm supposed to be in his softball game this summer. The same softball game that Sherman and Crabtree got into it at. And he said, 'Hey, you know Crabtree's gonna be there, Sherman's gonna be there, you're gonna be there, I don't want any trouble. It's not that kind of party, bro."

Chances are, nothing will happen between Sherman, Crabtree, and Hall at the softball game. In fact, we'd argue that them attending the game and spending some time together might actually end the beefs that they have. But is there anyway we can get ESPN to televise the game? It sounds like something the world would want to see.

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[via The Big Lead]