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Remember the crazy ending of the week three Monday Night Football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers? Of course you do, because ESPN still continues to show the game-winning touchdown “catch” by Seattle wide Receiver Golden Tate. You know who else remembers it? Seahawks All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman.
On July 7th, Sherman is hosting a celebrity softball game that will feature players like Gary Payton, Shawn Kemp, Larry Fitzgerald, Kam Chancellor and many more. The Facebook page for the event posted earlier this morning that Lance Easley, the infamous NFL replacement referee responsible for the botched call (which gave my Seahawks a questionable victory, thanks Lance), will be the umpire for the softball game.
This is pretty incredible, but what else would you expect out of the always entertaining Richard Sherman?
Here’s a screenshot of the post:
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Richard Sherman is bringing back a familiar face for his charity softball game.
Nearly eight months after the infamous "Fail Mary" game, Richard Sherman has given a job to the person responsible for one of the NFL's all-time biggest gaffes.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports the Seahawks' Pro Bowl cornerback hired the then-replacement referee who gifted the Packers a victory last September to umpire his July 7 charity softball game...
Say what you will about Richard Sherman, but the outspoken cornerback has a sense of humor. Sherman hired Lance Easley to umpire his charity softball game on July 7, according to the event’s Facebook page. Easley, for those who don’t recall, is the NFL replacement referee who blew the simultaneous catch call in the Monday Night Football matchup between the Seahawks and Packers...
According to Black Sports Online, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman posted on his Facebook page that he hired Lance Easley to officiate a charity softball game that he put together. He’s the referee that blew a huge call on Monday Night Football that prompted the NFL to get a deal done with the regular officials.
“Remember the Ref who called TD during the Green Bay...
On July 7, Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman will host his Celebrity Softball Game for charity, as his teammates and other local bigshots will take the field at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma for nine innings of good, clean fun. And just to make sure that it is extra fun for the Seahawks fans donating their hard-earned coin to people in need, the Shermanator has invited a very special...
For those of you who didn't know already, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is hosting a charity softball game in July and he got a very special person to help call the game.
The replacement referee who helped the Seahawks score a week three victory against the Green Bay Packers in 2012 NFL Season.
The fine folks over at Pro Football Talk have the official details...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman could have gotten anyone to act as the umpire for his up-coming charity softball game. Any number of Seattle-based celebrities would have likely jumped at the chance to be a part of the July 7 event in Tacoma.
But just getting anyone would not be his style. He wanted it to be someone special; someone unique. He got the ref that made...
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman loves to make a splash or bring attention to himself. With so much free time during this off-season, Sherman is going to bring some attention to himself, and poke the Packers a little bit.
Sherman is hosting a charity softball game in July, and he hired a special guest referee to take part in the festivities.
Sherman wrote on the Facebook page for...
Jet Ski Adventures
What may sound like a reality show in the making actually occurred this past weekend, as standout cornerback Richard Sherman decided to head over to the VMAC (Virginia Masoc Athletic Center) to check out how this years’ rookie camp was progressing.
Now I know reality shows may be on their way out (or so I hope), but can’t you imagine the hilarity that would...
It Only Gets Better
Lance Easley is known to most of NFL-nation as the guy who became infamous for a call that gave the Seattle Seahawks a win over the Green Bay Packers on Monday Night Football early on during the 2012 season. But now, at least to Richard Sherman and fans of the Seahawks, he is known as an umpire at a local charity game.
That’s right, folks, the Sherminators antics...
It seems that Richard Sherman is still very appreciative of Lance Easley. You remember old Lance. He was the guy that said Golden Tate caught the ball and awarded the Seattle Seahawks with a Hail Mary touchdown to win the game over the Green Bay Packers. This was the catalyst that sent the NFL into overtime in their negotiations to strike a deal with the actual referees after fans...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Lance Easley just will not go away.
The NFL replacement referee who infamously ruled a touchdown on the final play between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 last season is once again making the most out of his blown call.
Easley will umpire an upcoming charity softball game that is being hosted by Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
With Pete Carroll at the helm in Seattle, nothing about the Seahawks really tends to surprise us anymore. But Richard Sherman riding up to Seahawks camp on a jet ski? Well, that was, if not a surprise, at least unexpected.
The ever eccentric Sherman cruised along the waters of Lake Washington in his wave rider to make a special appearance at Seahawks rookie camp on Saturday.