Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman isn't done taking digs at the 49ers, and this time his target is 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Interviewed in the NFL Network documentary series "America's Game," Sherman recalls the fateful ending of the 49ers' last drive in last season's NFC Championship game, when Sherman tipped an end zone pass intended for Michael Crabtree, who was then the subject of a memorable postgame rant by Sherman on live TV. The documentary, which began airing Wednesday, is part of the NFL Films series on Super Bowl championship teams, with the focus on the Seahawks' 2013 season.

"(Kaepernick) thought that was gonna be a touchdown, too," Sherman said in the documentary, USAToday.com reported. "That would have been his third touchdown in three years against the Seattle Seahawks. So that would have been a feat."

Sherman adds: "But it was his seventh interception against the Seattle Seahawks. And once again, at the end of the game -- trying to throw a fade to Crabtree -- it's like, two years in a row, your season ends the same way. You would think he would learn."

Kaepernick had tried throwing to Crabtree three straight times late in the 49ers' Super Bowl XLVII loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Feb. 2012



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