49ers’ Taybor Pepper delivers trash talk to Seahawks star using ASL

Even the San Francisco 49ers’ long snapper is happy following the team’s 28-16 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at Levi’s Stadium. Taybor Pepper was among the 49ers players waving farewell to DK Metcalf after the Seahawks’ wide receiver was booted from the game, if you look closely.

Metcalf got into a brawl with Greenlaw after the 49ers linebacker intercepted Seahawks QB Drew Lock for a game-winning interception. Cornerback Deommodore Lenoir also got involved, resulting in Metcalf and Lenoir being ejected.


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On social media, Pepper said, “14 f–ked around and found out.” He communicated using American Sign Language.

Metcalf disclosed in October that he had begun learning American Sign Language.

“I kept getting flagged for my mouthing,” the Seahawks wide out explained to Rich Eisen.

Metcalf first utilized American Sign Language in a game against the Los Angeles Rams in November, signing “44, my son,” after defeating cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon for a touchdown.

Against the Dallas Cowboys, he did the same, signing “standing on business.” When asked if the incident was caused by irritation after Sunday’s loss to the 49ers, Metcalf responded, “If you want to call it frustration, yeah, it was frustration.” But he smacked me in the back of the head from my side. As a result, I simply retaliated.”

“Yeah, I don’t know what happened, man,” Warner said, presenting a different account of the circumstances that triggered the dispute. I told him he tackles pretty good, and he didn’t like it for some reason. What occurred happened, I guess, and it’s unfortunate. (He’ll) have to learn to keep his cool, but I’m glad we got the dub.”

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