Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall have been trading barbs through social media.
And Hall continues his verbal assault on Hall
"This kid seems to always get the ball when it's thrown his way, but teams always seem to throw his way," Hall said about Sherman. "When you're at the top of your game, guys don't throw your way."
Hall said he wouldn't fight Sherman, though.
"When I see him, it's not going to be a fight and a brawl," Hall told 106.7 FM. "We might talk some more, have this discussion more, but it definitely won't be fisticuffs."
In Hall's opinion, Sherman isn't an elite cornerback.
"I'd be a fool to sit here and say his numbers aren't impressive, because they are," Hall said. "I'd also be a fool to sit here and say hands down he's the best corner in the game. I don't honestly believe that. I believe he's one of the best corners in the game. But until he adds a little more to his game as far as being able to put him on an island and actually check that guy no matter where he is, it's going to be hard for me to say that."
Sherman has 20 interceptions in three NFL seasons.
"When I was that guy, I went to Pro Bowls with three picks and four picks, because teams knew, 'Heck, we don't want to throw it his way," Hall said. "When we do, he picks it off.' I mean, I rarely got targeted in those days, but I still made the Pro Bowl. So for this kid to be at eight picks, and seven picks and six — it just kind of blows my mind."
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Aaron WIlson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun