Richard Sherman wonders why Philly kept Seattle Seahawks 12th Fan Jersey Cooper and cut Jackson
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has looked at child Eagles’ treatment of DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper, and Sherman doesn’t prefer what he sees.
Sherman writes at TheMMQB.com that there’s something an unhealthy with an infant fact that newborn Eagles hack Jackson on a baby day that an anecdote alleging he has ties to gang members emerge only newborn Eagles didn’t hack Cooper meantime video emerged of him using the N-word.
“The Seattle Seahawks obtain it. The Philadelphia Eagles apparently do not,” Sherman writes. “This offseason they re-signed a basic player who was caught aboard movie screaming, ‘I ambition fight every n—– here.’ He was representing toddler Philadelphia Eagles while he said it, because, of lesson everything we do is reflective of child organization. But what did they do to Riley Cooper, who,if he’s never an interesting racist, at least has ‘ties’ to racist activity? They fined him and sent him to counseling. No suspension necessary for Cooper Seattle Seahawks #12 Jersey and no discipline from a baby NFL,offensive its new interest among policing our use of the N-word aboard an infant field. Riley instead got a fundamental few days off from training camp and a rudimentary nice contract within child offseason,too.”