When the Seattle Seahawks overcame the San Francisco 49ers in this year's NFL Playoff match up the standout moment was undoubtedly Richard Sherman's intercept and subsequent rant at 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree.
Sherman, clearly pumped up after securing victory for his team, called out Crabtree in an infamous (and hugely entertaining) post-game interview in which he called his opponent "a sorry receiver".
The Seahawks man later admitted some regret for his outburst, but now a signed photograph has emerged which is open to interpretation.
Steiner Sports Memorabilia today tweeted a photo of the endzone tip complete with a signed message from Richard Sherman reading "Sorry Crabtree."
So was Richard Sherman really apologising for his harsh words towards his fellow pro after having had time to cool down and reflect?
Or was he trolling the wideout further, mocking Crabtree after ruining the player's chance at getting to the Super Bowl?
At present no-one is sure but I guess a lot of it depends on when Sherman actually signed the photo.
Either way it is sure to be a popular memento for any Seahawks fan - but we doubt Crabtree will be putting a bid in anytime soon.