Richard Sherman hasn't seen Concussion and it sure doesn't seem like he's ever planning on watching Sony's film about the dangers of playing football.
On Wednesday, the Seahawks' star cornerback was asked by reporters if he had been to a movie theater to watch Concussion. His response: No. And he had a specific reason why he didn't.
As for players who have seen the movie, they seem to be taking the issue of head trauma seriously. Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis said, "It hit home pretty hard," while Jets offensive lineman D'Brickashaw Ferguson penned a first-person piece for Sports Illustrated, writing that he feels "a bit betrayed by the people or committees put in place by the league who did not have my best interests at heart."
Concussion, which stars Will Smith, did not perform well at the box office.
It currently holds a 63 percent score on the film-review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes.