Richard Sherman would accept couples massage with Michael Crabtree

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Seattle Seahawks stars Richard Sherman and Malcolm Smith made some startling revelations during their appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show.

Probably one of the most shocking admittances made on the slot was Sherman saying that he would probably go for a couples massage with his supposed nemesis, Michael Crabtree.

Sherman shot into the public eye after his brash interview following the Seahawks win over Crabtree's 49ers where Sherman made a game saving play on Crabtree.

So when Kimmel asked Crabtree about the incident and whether if he paid for it, would the cornerback be interested in a couples massage with the receiver he replied,

"That's a great question, i'd definitely think about it you know. Back's kinda tight," much to the amusement of the host and audience. 

Well this now definitely has to happen. The two guys lying side by side, face down next to each other just having a chat would make for TV gold. 

The eye openers didn't stop there though. 

Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith dropped a bomb when he called Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll a "white haired, party animal!" Apparently the coach knows how to celebrate and by the sound of things, everybody got a little bit inebriated. 

Later in the interview Sherman said they used tips from people around the NFL to figure out Peyton Manning’s signals. “Everybody wants to help you win,” he said.

“You definitely communicate with other guys you know,” added Smith.

So there's a bit of a sneak peak into the Seahawks dressing room and what goes on behind doors. You can catch the interview here.

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