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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman thought he would have some fun and invite former NFL replacement referee Lance Easley to be the umpire at his charity softball game.
Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was able to reunite with Easley, who’s the official that gave him the game winning touchdown from last year’s controversial Monday night win over the Packers that sent the NFL into a tail-spin and forced them to work out a deal with their regular officials to get them back on the field.
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Golden Tate and NFL replacement referee Lance Easley, who credited the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver with the game-winning touchdown in Week 3 of the 2012 season, reunited on Sunday. Easley umpired Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s charity softball game at Cheney
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has been called many things. On the field, Optimus Prime is probably the most creative nickname labeled upon him while still fitting a G-rated category.
Though a self-given moniker, the title was also earned by his handling of Megatron, the Detroit Loins’ wide receiver Calvin Johnson, who Sherman held to three catches...
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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman hosted his annual charity softball game today. He also made a move that is probably similar to kicking a Packers fan in the shin. Among other umpires was the ‘fail mary’, ‘shameful’, ‘Seattle Screwjob’ culprit, Lance Easley. He was one of the replacement referees in the 2012-2013 season during the NFL referee...
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Seahawks fans will try and set a new Guinness World Record for loudest crowd when the team hosts the 49ers in its home opener at CenturyLink Field.
Ah, replacement referees. Remember those first few weeks of the 2012 NFL season? When rules were confused, calls were botched, and coaches looked absolutely fed up with the NFL because the league's regular referees were demanding a raise?
Arguably the most controversial call made during the brief but impactful Replacement Ref Era was The Immaculate Touchception that gave Golden...
Lance Easley, the replacement referee who signaled a touchdown for the Seahawks in the infamous Fail Mary play from last season’s Week 3 Monday night game between the Seahawks and the Packers, took part in a charity softball game set up by Richard Sherman. He even posed with Golden Tate before the game.
You might consider this a bad look from Easley, but it’s probably the best...
I’m sure everyone remembers the incident during the Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks game where the replacement referees called a touchdown on a play that shouldn’t have been a touchdown. At a recent charity softball game, Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was photographed with the replacement referee Lance Easley that called the play a touchdown. Tate, as you may recall...
If you are a Packers or Seahawks fan you surely have not forgotten the touchdown which looked like it was falsely awarded to Golden Tate, costing the Packers a 14-12 loss during week 3 of the 2012-2013 season. Well, not to rub salt in the wounds if you are a Cheesehead, but Golden Tate recently reunited with the replacement referee Lance Easley, during Richard Sherman’s Celebrity...
The Seattle Seahawks 12th man will have the spotlight on them in week 2 of the NFL season when the Seahawks host the 49ers in the first of their two epic tilts to be featured on Sunday night football.
During that September 15 matchup, Seahawks fans at CenturyLink Field will try to break the Guinness World Record for “loudest crowd roar at a sports stadium.”
A Seahawks fan group...
On September 15, the Seahawks will open up their home schedule against their now-hated divisional foe, the San Francisco 49ers. There's no doubt the stadium will be rockin', but just how loud will they be? Thanks to the fan organization Volume 12, we'll know.
According to the group's Facebook page, Guinness has accepted their application to monitor the noise...
Seattle Seahawks fans are known to bring the noise, but can they be the loudest in sports? An unofficial Seahawks fan group known as Volume 12, named after the team’s famous “12th Man” has successfully applied to the Guinness Book of World Records, according to the group’s Facebook page, to have CenturyLink Field’s noise level monitored at the team’s Sept. 15 home opener...
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