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PHOENIX - Darrelle Revis long reigned supreme among NFL cornerbacks. http://www.theworldsoccersshop.com/Mexico-Jurgen-Damm-Jersey.html .Then came along this upstart Richard Sherman, who proclaimed himself the best and backed it up.Now they get to state their case on the NFLs biggest stage — Revis New England Patriots against Shermans Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl.They have a bit of history, these two — a Twitter feud from a couple of years ago. The gist of it: Revis was the proven pro and Sherman hadnt done enough yet to start crowing.At Tuesdays media day, any animosity was buried. Each expressed respect for the other, although Revis referred to the fact that in Seattles defence, Sherman plays only half the field.Sherman, he plays left corner and he does great, Revis said. Hes great at what he does. Im not really knocking him on what he does. Hes a playmaker and thats what he does for his team.Cornerback, Revis said, is by far the hardest position to play in football.The handful of those who excel at the position may bicker, Sherman said, but they share a common bond.Theres a respect level between elite cornerbacks in the National Football League, he said. It takes a certain mentality to play at a high level in this game, to deal with the pressure, to deal with the intensity of being out there against the best athletes in the world. ... Theres a definite admiration for their ability.Shermans a talker — opinionated, self-assured. He says he cares little what people think of him.It doesnt bother me too much, honestly, he said. I kind of go to the beat of my own drum. ... I have my own way of doing things and it might not align with everybody, but Im going to keep it that way.Sherman stirred up trouble shortly after the Seahawks landed in Arizona, when, referring to the fairness of the investigation into deflated footballs, he noted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Patriots owner Robert Kraft are good friends.Sherman didnt back down Tuesday, saying that he found their relationship interesting.A small crowd gathered around Revis on media day. Sherman drew a mob, and he reveled in it, answering bizarre questions — such as, what super power would he like to have while playing? (He would fly). He danced with a woman reporter, confidently showing his moves.He said he was sure his girlfriend, due soon to deliver the couples first child, would not have the baby on Super Bowl Sunday.To the young Seattle star, media day was no chore.Sherman earned a Super Bowl ring last year, in his third NFL season. Revis is playing in the big game for the first time in his eight years in the league.For the first six, he played for the New York Jets, becoming Revis Island. Twice he made it to the AFC championship game, but no farther.Revis and the Jets parted ways after an injury-plagued 2012, and he landed with the Patriots, the team he had fought without much success for so long.Its pretty awesome, Revis said. I mean, this is what you play for every year. In the off-season you work hard to get to this point and when you get there, like right now, its so surreal for me.He wouldnt address his future with the team. New England reportedly wants him back, but not on the terms of his existing contract, which would count $25 million on next seasons salary cap. Hes due a $12 million roster bonus on April 1.But for one year, he has been all-in.I think I really embraced it when I sat down with Mr. Kraft and (coach) Bill (Belichick) and we had a one-on-one conversation, Revis said. It was a very chill conversation. ... At that point, I felt very comfortable and wanted to join the team.Sherman said his left elbow, hurt in the NFC championship win over Green Bay, is feeling pretty good.Its been good all week, he said. Im done getting treatment.And he shrugged off cornerback Brandon Browners suggestion that he would tell his New England teammates to break Shermans elbow.I think he was just caught up in the moment, Sherman said. He didnt mean any malice by it. Its one of those things, we know him as a person and sometimes he exaggerates a little bit.Far be it for Sherman, of all people, to be bothered by a pointed remark from a foe.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFL http://www.theworldsoccersshop.com/Portugal-Vieirinha-Jersey.html . Gough finished in fourth, 0.433 seconds behind American Erin Hamlin, who took the bronze medal at the Sanki Sliding Center in Rzhanaya Polyana. http://www.theworldsoccersshop.com/Mexico-Jesus-Manuel-Corona-Jersey.html . -- Athletics manager Bob Melvin is already starting to run out of superlatives to describe Scott Kazmir. http://www.theworldsoccersshop.com/Germany-Sami-Khedira-Jersey.html .A. remained bitter for Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers on the long flight back home to New York.HALIFAX -- Francois Brassard made 38 saves through 65 minutes and another three in the shootout as Quebec edged the Mooseheads 4-3 on Friday in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. Halifaxs Jonathan Drouin left the game in the first period with an upper-body injury after being checked from behind by Adam Erne. Drouin didnt return to the game and Erne received a major for checking from behind and a game misconduct. Olivier Archambault scored the shootout winner for the Remparts (16-10-6) while Fabrice Herzog, Anthony Duclair and Erne scored in regulation. MacKenzie Weegar scored twice for Halifax (22-10-1), Nikolaj Ehlers had a goal and an assist and Darcy Ashley chipped in with three assists. Zachary Fucale made 22 stops for the Mooseheads. --- CATARACTES 6 PHOENIX 1 SHAWINIGAN, Que. -- Alex Pawelczyk scored twice and added an assist as the Cataractes downed the visiting Sherbrooke Phoenix. Alexandre Grand-Maison also scored twice for the Cataractes (5-22-3) while Brandon Gignac and Sebastien Gauthier had a goal and two assists apiece. Kris Hodge chipped in with three assists for Shawinigan and James Phelan had two. Tim Wieser scored the lone goal for the Phoenix (11-19-2), who dropped their fourth straight contest. Marvin Cupper made 28 saves for the Cataractes as Sherbrookes Gabriel parent turned aside 28-of-34 shots in defeat. Shawinigan went 1 for 4 on the power play while the Phoenix failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. --- WILDCATS 5 TITAN 2 BATHURST, N.B. -- Ryan Penny and Christophe Lalonde each had a goal and an assist as Moncton defeated Acadie-Bathurst. Adam Holwell, Will Smith and Stephen Johnson also scored for the Wildcats (14-17-2) while Jacob Sweeney chipped in with two assists. Aaron Kerr and Christophe Boivin supplied the offence for the Titan (13-16-2). Alex Dubeauu made 23 saves for Moncton as Acadie-Bathursts Mason McDonald turned away 31-of-35 shots. http://www.theworldsoccersshop.com/Colombia-Carlos-Bacca-Jersey.html. --- TIGRES 5 SEA DOGS 0 SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- Philippe Hudon and Angelo Miceli scored 31 seconds apart in the first period for Victoriaville, en route to blanking the Sea Dogs. Brandon Whitney made 27 saves for the shutout while Jonathan Diaby scored twice for the Tigres (12-14-4). Tommy Veilleux added one more to round out the offence. The Sea Dogs (7-20-3) are now 5-9-2 on home ice, which is the worst of any club in the Maritimes Division. Sebastien Auger turned aside 29 shots in defeat. --- SAGUENEENS 4 VOLTIGEURS 2 CHICOUTIMI, Que. -- Nicolas Roy scored twice and Sebastien Sylvestre had three assists as the Sagueneens doubled up Drummondville. Janne Puhakka and Laurent Dauphin also scored for Chicoutimi (16-17-0), which jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Voltigeurs got on the board midway through the third period. Giovanni Fiore and Frederic Aube scored for Drummondville (19-11-2), which lost in regulation for the first time in eight outings. Domenic Graham made 22 saves for the Sagueneens. Voltigeurs netminder Louis-Philip Guindon allowed three goals on 12 shots before giving way to Joe Fleschler, who stopped 9-of-10 shots in 27 minutes of relief. --- OLYMPIQUES 5 ARMADA 3 GATINEAU, Que. -- Vaclav Karabacek and Taylor Burke each had a goal and an assist as the Olympiques handed Blainville-Boisbriand its first regulation-time loss in eight contests. Alexandre Chenier-Allard, Jake Coughler and Vincent Dunn also scored for Gatineau (22-10-0) and Emile Poirier tacked on two assists. The Armada (21-4-5) got goals from Daniel Walcott, David Bedard and Nathanael Halbert. Robert Steeves made 21 saves for the Olympiques while Etienne Marcoux stopped 19-of-23 shots for Blainville-Boisbriand. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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