Quandre Diggs and Richard Sherman commiserate on conditioning tests

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Richard Sherman and Quandre Diggs missed playing together on the back end of the Seahawks’ defense by a few years. They have still managed to find some common ground, though.

Earlier today Diggs was tweeting about running a conditioning test and how he doesn’t miss them.

Diggs says Pete Carroll does not force players to do them, opting to treat his players like professionals – perhaps drawing a contrast to other coaches that Diggs has played before who’s name rhymes with Matt Patricia.

That led to an extended conversation with Sherman, who called conditioning tests the most asinine thing to do before training camp starts.

Right on.

The Seahawks report to training camp on Tuesday and the first practice open to the public will be Wednesday.

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