Just when you thought it would end, Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman took yet another jab at San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick. During his interview for “America’s Game,” an annual documentary set to premier today at 5 pm PST on NFL Network, it’s a show that relives the previous season’s Super Bowl winner’s road to glory,
Sherman boasted about his tipped pass in last year’s NFC Championship that ultimately ended the 49ers season, as he said:
“(Kaepernick) thought that was gonna be a touchdown, too. That would have been his third touchdown in three years against the Seattle Seahawks. So that would have been a feat.
But it was his seventh interception against the Seattle Seahawks. And once again, at the end of the game — trying to throw a fade to Crabtree — it’s like, two years in a row, your season ends the same way. You would think he would learn.”
The latter comment was a jab after Kaepernick threw a fade-route to WR Michael Crabtree in the 2012 Super Bowl, ultimately ending their season.