ESPN’s Seth Wickersham went long on the simmering drama that’s affected the Seattle Seahawks for a while now, with Russell Wilson’s goal-line interception at the end of the Super Bowl nearly three years ago still haunting the locker room. The gist is that the defense—and Richard Sherman in particular—doesn’t much care…
John Schneider, in a fit of rare, on-the-record candor for an NFL general manager, confirmed this morning that all those Richard Sherman trade rumors are true.
Three times now, Pete Carroll has run afoul of labyrinthine NFL rules.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was caught on tape Tuesday telling a local reporter that he would ruin his career.
The Seattle Seahawks breezed their way through a 24-3 win over the Rams last night, and the only real source of drama, aside from a few players taking shots to the head, was a brief sideline dustup between Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and his coaching staff.
Rams QB Jared Goff’s lackluster night in Seattle ended early after Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman leveled him in the fourth quarter when Goff was breaking for the end zone. Goff hesitated for a moment before getting steamrolled by Sherman, and the hit was not ruled to be an illegal one. Cruelly, Goff’s run was…
Richard Sherman feels the way many NFL fans and players feel about Thursday Night Football, which is that it’s an abomination of the schedule intended to facilitate the NFL’s amoeba-like takeover of our lives and attention spans. Well, his take was much more succinct. Take it away, Mr. Sherman.
Richard Sherman is not one to easily suffer slights. Last year after the Panthers beat the Seahawks in the playoffs, Cam Newton was running a circuit around the Panthers’ stadium for his customary parade of high-fives, when he grabbed a “12th man” flag, crumpled it up, and tossed it.
Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills were fuming after Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman got away with throwing himself at kicker Dan Carpenter on a field goal attempt right before halftime of Monday’s game. Carpenter’s wife Kaela, who grew up in Montana, had a very regional reaction to Sherman’s tactic.
Down two touchdowns at halftime, the Atlanta Falcons scored 21 points in the third quarter to mount a comeback and take the lead against the Seattle Seahawks. With less than five minutes remaining in the game, however, Christine Michael ran in a touchdown for Seattle to start closing the gap. Then came a Matt Ryan…
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has been starring in video segments for The Players’ Tribune, and the latest entry sees him speaking honestly about the nature of the NFL’s relationship with its players.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman did not answer questions about his team’s upcoming game against the San Francisco 49ers during a press conference today. Instead, he spoke about the recent deaths of Keith Lamont Scott and Terence Cutcher, two black men who were shot to death by police this week, and then…
Seahawks cornerback and all-around good-opinion-haver Richard Sherman was talking politics on the radio yesterday, in a mostly jokey interview where he said that if he were elected President, he’d tap Doug Baldwin as his Secretary of Defense because “he’s an angry guy.” But this part wasn’t jokey:
Over the past few days, two Seahawks have publicly offered differing opinions on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, poverty, and a host of related issues. In the usually anodyne world of athlete press conferences, it’s really something.
If there’s anyone you’d expect to be sucking on the sourest grapes while discussing Tom Brady’s Ballghazi suspension and the ensuing kerfuffle, it would probably be the Super Bowl losers. But Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is not that dude, and he is rightfully in Brady’s corner.
According to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, all-pro cornerback Richard Sherman will be undergoing Tommy John surgery to repair the elbow injury he suffered during the NFC Championship game.