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Geraldo Rivera Slurs Seahawks [VIDEO]

By now everyone has had their say about the Seahawks’ win last week over the Green Bay Packers, and how it prompted the NFL to reach an agreement with NFL officials. But did you hear what Geraldo Rivera had to say about it?

Last week, as news broke that the NFL and the referees union had reached an agreement, Fox News anchor Geraldo Rivera jumped onto the Seattle-hating bandwagon.

As he introduced Packers great Willie Davis as a guest on his show “Geraldo at Large,” Rivera referred to the Seattle Seahawks as the “Seattle Sea-whores.”

Uh huh, “Sea-whores.”

Almost as classy as his cheesy mustache. Thanks, Geraldo.

What do you think, Hawks’ fans?

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