Mike Mularkey: Expect retaliation for plays like Richard Sherman's hit on Marcus Mariota

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman’s sideline hit on Marcus Mariota deserves more repercussions than it got, Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Monday.

That’s going to prompt the Titans to put the topic of such situations in front of the NFL’s competition committee.LewanShermanSEA

“Unnecessary, totally unnecessary,” Mularkey said of Sherman’s play on the boundary. “The outcome of what happened, to have two penalties nullify each other, basically he got a clean shot on our quarterback and there was no penalty, There was no negative ramifications for their team with that hit he put on our quarterback.

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