Richard Sherman may be out of the NFL, but that doesn’t mean he forgot what people were saying about him, especially when he left Seattle.
The former Seahawks cornerback, who won a Super Bowl in Seattle, was invited to appear on the “Brock and Salk” radio show Wednesday by former teammate KJ Wright, who has a segment with the show every week.
Sherman had a bone to pick with co-host Mike Salk, and he made it known on air when Salk tried to ask Amazon Prime’s “Thursday Night Football” analyst a question.
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“First of all, I remember when I got out of here, and I remember hearing some words from you that were very different than what I’d heard when I was here,” Sherman told Salk via Sports Illustrated. “I’m going to answer Brock and KJ’s questions, but we’ll excuse you.”
Salk quickly denied Sherman’s accusation, but Sherman persisted.
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“I don’t listen to your show… Again, you’re excused from the interview,” Sherman said.
Unsurprisingly from a co-host, Salk responded by saying, “It doesn’t really work that way, Sherm. This is a show that has my name on it.”
“It does, however, a bit,” Sherman replied.
“That’s the only reason I’m here is because of KJ. The only reason we’re here on your show is because of KJ, not you.”
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While Salk said he was willing to discuss anything with Sherman, the three-time All-Pro cornerback said, “I don’t have the conversation for you.”
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It was about as awkward as a radio interview could be, though “Brock and Salk” is likely to get a boost in ratings after the confrontation.