In a text message to ESPN reporter Ed Werder, he said the following:
Later, in an interview on ESPN Radio, he apologized again:
Apparently, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll mentioned something about it to Sherman, and told him that it took away from his team and their fantastic victory over a very good rival team.
Other than that, there was really no need for Sherman to apologize. Was he a little more excited than most players tend to be in post game interviews? Sure he was. Did he come off as a little crazy? Absolutely. But he didn't say anything that wasn't allowed to be said on network TV, and he wasn't blatantly disrespectful of anyone but an opposing player, who had been disrespectful of Sherman in the past.
Either way, it looks like Sherman has moved on from this, but you know we'll hear more of it at Media Day. Enjoy the circus.