DeAngelo Hall and Richard Sherman disagreed with each other’s disagreement on Twitter last night, and the feud has some broader implications. Namely, Larry Fitzgerald’s charity softball game, which was the site of an infamous dust-up between Sherman and Michael Crabtree last offseason that served as the precursor to the Seattle cornerback’s rabid diatribe to America and Erin Andrews. Are the scheduled guests a recipe for a Molotov cocktail?
Calling into DC’s 106.7 The Fan today, Hall noted that Fitzgerald rang him up and pleaded for there to be no shenanigans at the event this year. “You know, I had Larry Fitzgerald call me,” Hall said, via DC Sports Bog. “I’m supposed to be in his softball game this summer. The same softball game that Sherman and [Michael] Crabtree got into it at. And [Fitzgerald] said hey, you know Crabtree’s gonna be there, Sherman’s gonna be there, you’re gonna be there, I don’t want any trouble. It’s not that kind of party bro. And I just kind of told him how it went down and he understood.”
Bloggers everywhere are hoping that Fitzgerald’s words of caution go unheeded, it becomes that kind of party bro, and all hell breaks loose.
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