Yesterday brought us one of the most incredible moments of the NFL season, when Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib ripped a gold chain from the neck of Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
Aqib Talib is always a consistent source of NFL pleasures, and today he decided that Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree didn’t really need that chain, anyway.
Showtime's Inside The NFL equipped Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree with microphones for Sunday's legendary NFC Championship, and the matchup proved to spark Sherman's interview heard round the world. Here are the highlights from what both said during the game.
Now comes a report that Richard Sherman was the one stepping to Michael Crabtree at a charity softball game last summer. Adjust your beefmeters accordingly. [NJ.com]
Michael Crabtree may have made some disparaging albiet tame pregame remarks about Richard Sherman, but everyone is still sort of wondering what exactly got Sherman so fired up yesterday. Sherman alluded to "something personal" during his postgame comments, and now the Seattle Times sheds some light on what he may have…
The chirping between Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree did not cease with Sherman's WWE-style postgame interview. The back-and-forth continued into the locker room and even on to Twitter. But one question remains: What did Crabtree say to Sherman that got him so fired up?
After an overthrown pass from Colin Kaepernick, Michael Crabtree did what in any pickup football game would be considered good manners: he hurled the ball back. He was whistled for unsportsmanlike conduct. Maybe he forgot to yell, "heads!"
Per USA Today's Mike Garafolo, 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree tore his Achilles during organized team activities yesterday. A source also told Garafolo that Crabtree will soon have surgery, and that the injury could be serious enough to keep Crabtree from playing this season.
It would be ludicrous to suggest that the San Francisco police department is scheming to hurt the post-season chances of the its hometown football team, right? Right. And yet, the 49ers are still giving the side-eye to the SFPD for undertaking (and informing the media of) the Michael Crabtree sexual assault…
KTVU news and the San Francisco Chronicle have reported that the San Francisco police department is investigating 49ers wideout Michael Crabtree for an alleged sexual assault that took place after the 49ers' victory over the Packers on Saturday. Crabtree was the 49ers' leading receiver this year, with 85 receptions…
Crabtree, a 49ers wide receiver, first tweeted this: "Just got pull over on highway 280 on my way to the airport. Police kept me for 30 mins....." He followed that with what you see above. No word on why Crabtree was pulled over, in what municipality the traffic stop took place, or why Raiders fans are allowed to be…
Adam Schefter woke up early today and jumped on two stories that will disappoint fans of ridiculous melodrama. Now that the Braylon Edwards saga is over in Cleveland and Michael Crabtree has ended his holdout, what will we talk about?
To the naked eye, Michael Crabtree's holdout symbolizes two things: greed and stupidity...but pure evil? SI's Michael Rosenberg reveals the twisted truth behind San Francisco's stubborn rookie.
"49ers players who spoke with Crabtree after the game detected anxiety on his part, and there's now a sense that he might be getting ready to take the offer that the 49ers have left on the table." [Pro Football Talk]
Remember when we said Michael Crabtree shouldn't be listening to his cousin? He might not be the best guy to get advice from. When the local alt-weekly has done a 5000-word investigative piece on you, you're probably not squeaky clean.
The people looking out for Michael Crabtree's best interests say that Michael is prepared to hold out for the entire 2009 season and re-enter the draft because in reality, they don't give a crap about Michael Crabtree's interests.