Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman got into a screaming match with teammate Kam Chancellor and other teammates after Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones burned the Seattle secondary for a third-quarter touchdown in Sunday’s game.
A a mistake in Seattle’s coverage allowed Jones an easy path to the end zone, and Sherman clearly wasn’t happy with the reaction he received on the sideline after the play.
Sherman and the Seahawks wound up winning 26-24, although it wasn’t without controversy. Sherman appeared to commit a pass interference penalty by holding Jones’ right arm during the Falcons’ final play of the game, but officials didn’t throw a flag.
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