Both the cornerback and wide receiver have wasted little time getting into shouting matches. First, it started with Sherman saying Irvin gave CeeDee Lamb terrible advice on how to catch the ball with his body instead of his hands.
The following day, the former Seattle Seahawks cornerback got Irvin and Keyshawn Johnson both upset when he declared that his position was much harder than being a wide receiver.
Both Keyshawn Johnson and Michel Irvin both got out of their seats and proceeded to walk off set before they came back.
It took a lot of bodies for FS1 to replace Shannon Sharpe, but it has been quite entertaining so far.
Richard Sherman played 11 seasons for the Seahawks, 49ers, and Buccaneers. He had 385 solo tackles, 110 assists, 2.0 sacks, 7 fumble recoveries and 37 interceptions. He was selected to play in 5 Pro Bowls, and won 1 championship.
Michael Irvin caught 750 passes for 11,904 receiving yards and 65 touchdowns in 12 years of regular-season play with the Dallas Cowboys. When the lights were bright, Irvin compiled another 87 catches for 1,315 yards and eight touchdowns in the playoffs, helping the Cowboys to three Super Bowl titles in the 1990s.
Johnson was a wide receiver that played ten years in the NFL after a storied college career. In his ten seasons, Johnson racked up 10,571 receiving yards on 814 receptions while bringing in 64 touchdowns.
Johnson won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers in 2002.
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