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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Michael Crabtree
The San Francisco 49ers waited until the fourth round Saturday to add the speedy vertical threat to their passing game that many expected them to grab near the top of the NFL draft.
Trent Baalke found that coveted, experienced wide receiver for San Francisco in the first of five trades he pulled off during a whirlwind Day 2 of the NFL draft, acquiring Stevie Johnson from Buffalo.
Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews enjoyed Richard Sherman's post-game outburst against San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree, saying over the weekend that she wished athletes would be more like the outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback.
Richard Sherman couldn't wait to start talking Tuesday.
From the moment he went to the podium, it was clear that Richard Sherman was enjoying the hype at the start Super Bowl week.
Sherman was flagged after he made a choking gesture toward the San Francisco bench that he said was directed at 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was fined $7,875 for unsportsmanlike conduct/taunting in the final minute of the NFC championship game against San Francisco.
Richard Sherman is a hit with baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron.
Richard Sherman wondered if he came to the NFL 20 years too late.
Richard Sherman wondered if he came to the NFL 20 years too late. The Seattle Seahawks' All-Pro cornerback wondered if his swagger might have fit better a few decades earlier when that confidence and an unfiltered tongue was perhaps more accepted.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman said in a column for SI.com that he's not a villainous person.
Pete Carroll pulled Richard Sherman aside on Monday and made sure his fiery cornerback understood that his rant against San Francisco's Michael Crabtree was overshadowing the Seattle Seahawks reaching their second Super Bowl in franchise history.
The bookies in Vegas reported a rare split picking the early favorite for the Super Bowl. At least there's no question about who's going to steal the show.
Richard Sherman didn't go into details about what happened, but somewhere during the offseason he felt slighted by San Francisco wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
Notes: WR Michael Crabtree, missing his third straight training camp, was all smiles and said he is "encouraged" by the progress of his injured left foot.
"I'm getting better. I'm all right," he said during a brief stop at his locker after Tuesday's workout. "Once I get on that field, I'm going to be the first person to talk to y'all."