Seattle Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark declared that the Richard Sherman era”over” following his team’s 21-7 victory within the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.

Clark, that directs the Seahawks with 11 sacks, was responding to comments made by his former team mate, today with the San Francisco 49ers, a month which the Seahawks were a”middle-of-the-road” team. Sherman made his comments with the Seahawks ahead of the 49ers’ first meeting this season when Seattle was 6-5. The Seahawks won the game 43-16 in Century-Link Field.

The Seahawks, now 8-5, can clinch a playoff spot this week by beating at Sherman’s 49ers in the Stadium on Sunday of Levi.

“He’s maybe not in this locker room you can forget, so his opinion really doesn’t matter. They’ve got some problems over there in San Fran he wants to concern yourself with,” Clark told reporters.

“… this is my team today. That is my defense. “If he has anything to mention about our defense, then he can say it on the area, at the very end of the afternoon.

“We’re 1-0 against Richard Sherman at the moment. We have been 1-0 against the San Francisco 49ers this past year. Our aim is to be 2-0. So we are moving with our aggression next week in that stadium. We are going to avoid that conduct, and we are getting to get fun on third downs”

After being cut off by the Seahawks from the off season sherman is. Lots of thought the Seahawks could consider a step back this season once he was released, safety Cam Chancellor killing and retired end Michael Bennett was substituted into the Philadelphia Eagles, but Seattle would be the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs if the season ended today.

The 49ers are 3-10 this particular season.

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