The problem with Richard Sherman and Lolo Jones is simple

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You may have noticed that Richard Sherman commands attention. So does Lolo Jones. Sherman will play for the Super Bowl on Sunday. A week later, Jones will compete in the Sochi Olympics.

Both are exceptional athletes with divisive opinions and few apologies. You could argue the two bring any negative public sentiments upon themselves. When you’re loud, boisterous and supremely confident, someone is bound to resent you. For Jones, it would appear that resentment comes from her teammates.

“I should have been working harder on gaining Twitter followers than gaining muscle mass,” Emily Azevedo told USA TODAY Sports’ Kelly Whiteside. Azevedo, along with teammate Katie Eberling, was in the running for the spot Jones received.

“I feel this year there was a certain agenda,” Eberling said. “It’s no fault of my teammates. There’s been a lot of inconsistencies and that makes you wonder what’s going on. It’s…

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