San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman on Wednesday stated he’ll apologize to Baker Mayfield for wrongly saying the Cleveland Browns quarterback had refused to shake his hand earlier than the coin toss on Monday Evening Soccer.
Sherman advised NFL.com that the snub had fueled him throughout San Francisco’s 31-Three win over the Browns. Video obtained by ESPN on Tuesday, nonetheless, confirmed the 2 shaking palms at midfield.
Sherman backtracked Wednesday, saying he could be reaching out to Mayfield to apologize.
“It is undoubtedly my unhealthy,” Sherman advised the Pat McAfee Present. “I by no means need anyone to need to cope with some stuff that they did not do. And so, , the questions that he is gonna get and the annoying, nonsense questions on some stuff that occurred in a recreation that is already been finished, , positive he’ll get an apology for that. I will in all probability attain out to him through textual content or social media to truly get ahold of him and discuss to him … on the cellphone.
“He undoubtedly deserves an apology, and that is my unhealthy on that.”
So Richard Sherman claims Baker Mayfield refused to shake his hand on the coin toss. This video appears to point in any other case: pic.twitter.com/4CgOsLKLPL
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Sherman stated he might have remembered the second in a different way or might’ve described it extra precisely.
“Typically you keep in mind issues slightly in a different way than it occurred,” Sherman stated. “Clearly it nonetheless motivated me the identical approach.”