Michael Crabtree won’t be sending Richard Sherman a Christmas card anytime soon.
Sherman took yet another shot at the San Francisco 49ers receiver Sunday by signing a photo of his game-saving ball tip in last season’s NFC Championship Game with the words “Sorry Crabtree” written under his signature.
Check out the image below, courtesy of Steiner Sports, a sports marketing and memorabilia company. [tweet https://twitter.com/SteinerSports/status/452860428008570880 align=’center’]
Sherman caused a media frenzy in the aftermath of the Seattle Seahawks’ 23-17 victory, which he clinched when he batted a pass intended for Crabtree to teammate Malcolm Smith for an end-zone interception with 22 seconds remaining.
In a post-game rant with FOX Sports’ Erin Andrews, the brazen cornerback called out Crabtree for being a “mediocre” and “sorry” receiver.
Of course, Sherman’s “Sorry Crabtree” message could be seen as an apology to the 49ers wideout.
Given the history between the two, however, it appears this feud is nowhere close to dying down.