Someone Edited Mike Florio’s Wikipedia Page After His Twitter Feud With Richard Sherman

Mike Florio's Wikipedia page was edited after his Twitter encounter with Richard Sherman
Mike Florio's Wikipedia page was edited after his Twitter encounter with Richard Sherman

A Richard Sherman outburst was set up on a silver platter when he was named to the All-Pro rosters that were released on Friday, and the San Francisco 49ers' star cornerback did not disappoint.

Sherman took to Twitter in a diatribe to trash critics who bashed him for negotiating his own contract without an agent in 2018.

The veteran defensive back's rant involved a Twitter exchange with ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio, and one particular individual subsequently altered the Wikipedia page of the NFL reporter.

It's a joke as old as time, but it will somehow never get old. In a unique form of trolling, however, the jokester listed Florio's occupation as being "Richard Sherman's son."

For those who missed the feud, Sherman was ready to defend himself to the grave.

Sherman went for the killshot, but Florio was quick to refute his assessment with a dig of his own.

If you actually expected Sherman to call it quits, you haven't been paying much attention since he entered the league back in 2011.

The five-time Pro Bowler will never back down.

For the sake of his esteemed brand, the 54-year-old insider should probably refrain from coming at Sherman on Twitter in the future.