What if everybody was Richard Sherman when Don Imus referred to Rutgers women basketball players (mostly black) as "nappy headed hos?" during his national radio show in April 2007?
Ryan apologized Thursday for his comments.
"I mean you literally could not see when he was in and out of the mesh point and if you're a half step slow on him in terms of your vision forget about it, he's out of the gate", he added.
Sherman, one of the outspoken gamers of the league, stated Thursday he wasn't as mad as everybody else was and that the analyst had "legitimate" factors however may have chosen his phrases in another way.
"I know Tim personally, and I listened to the dialogue and saw it written, and honestly I wasn't as outraged as everybody else", Sherman said. "I perceive how it may be taken underneath a sure context and be offensive to some".
Quarterback Lamar Jackson is dealing with a quadriceps injury, according to the team, and the MVP frontrunner arrived to practice late. "He's making a play-fake and sometimes he swings his arm really fast, and you're like 'OK, does he have the ball on this play, ' and then you look up, and Ingram is running it". And also you lookup and [Mark] Ingram is operating it.
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"Technically, it was a valid point".
Sherman continued to call Ryan a "great guy" and a "professional" with whom he's had a relationship since he joined the 49ers in 2018.
Sherman added he didn't assume anybody within the 49ers locker room took offense to the assertion.
San Francisco defensive end Dee Ford also backed Ryan. "I already knew the story - phrases kinda received taken out of context".
KNBR radio host Tim Ryan was suspended for saying Jackson was nice at faking handoffs due to "his darkish pores and skin with a darkish soccer". Of course - I think he knows now he could have used better judgment with his words.
If not, you're as clueless as both Tim Ryan and Richard Sherman for saying what they said.
Jackson was asked about removing the sleeves after the game, and gave no hint that he wore them in response to Ryan's comments.