The San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears found themselves in an old-fashioned brew ha-ha in Week 16 after 49ers safety Marcell Harris delivered an absolute cheap shot to Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky, who was clearly giving himself on a rush late in the game.
The play escalated into a wild sideline brawl where three players were ejected following the scuffle. As for what veteran cornerback Richard Sherman thought about the whole thing, well, he wasn't having any of the contact aimed at his way.
Richard Sherman on ejection: You put your hands on me, you're gonna feel me https://t.co/Kkoe3Bp9tC
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) December 24, 2018
going in on Terrell Suggs pic.twitter.com/wEefsY8jYg
— Dirty Sports (@TheDirtySports) December 23, 2018
Don't mess Sherman, who is no stranger to standing up for himself and is labeled as one of the toughest corners in the league. Rightfully so.
Late hit on Mitch Trubisky.
First one to the scene? Anthony Miller.
A brawl breaks out between 49ers & Bears. pic.twitter.com/kNO0aoZPBf
— Devin Walker (@Devin_Walker2) December 23, 2018
Sherman was one of the players who was ejected in that game, and it remains to be seen if he will be suspended for Week 17's finale in what is already a lost season.
What is clear is that his wallet will take a hit after this one for sure