Richard Sherman

Open Field
The Dialogue Moves Forward
The Dialogue Moves Forward
At a Harvard seminar, three of the NFL’s brightest and most engaged stars—Larry Fitzgerald, Arian Foster and Richard Sherman—continued the discussion on race in sports sparked by THAT interview in January
By Jenny Vrentas
Deep Dive
Another Super Strategy
Another Super Strategy
What do you draft for a team that has everything? Even with the Lombardi in hand, the Seahawks know change happens swiftly in the NFL. That’s why Seattle would be smart to look well into the future come the weekend of May 8-10
By Andy Benoit
In This Corner
Stardom Doesn’t Change Where You’re From
Stardom Doesn’t Change Where You’re From
Amid reports of gang ties, the Eagles cut DeSean Jackson. I grew up with him. I believe him to be a good person. I also know why NFL players from inner-city neighborhoods like mine in L.A. keep friends from when we were nobodies
By Richard Sherman
On Further Review
Standing PAT … For Now
The Tuesday Mailbag
The NFL is pondering a longer extra point—42 yards?—but don't expect anything to happen quickly. Plus, why Jimmy Graham will remain a Saint, a Patriots-Texans trade scenario and reader reaction to the n-word debate
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Legislating Language: Will the NFL Ban the N-Word?
Legislating Language: Will the NFL Ban the N-Word?
One current All-Pro calls the idea ‘atrocious.’ But one Hall of Famer argues it's dishonorable for today’s players to use the word. The NFL is now stuck in the middle as it considers passing a rule to penalize those who use it on the field
By Peter King
On Further Review
A Clean Sweep
The Tuesday Mailbag
The poster children for the NFL's mission to eradicate head hits from the game? Look no further than the Seahawks, who were the opposite of dirty birds en route to winning the Super Bowl. Plus, readers react to Michael Sam coming out
By Peter King
In This Corner
What a Year. What a Team. What’s Next.
What a Year. What a Team. What's Next.
Life in the NFL is about tunnel vision, but forgive me for a moment while I step back, reflect on an incredible 2013 and appreciate our Super Bowl win and the teammates with whom I reached the pinnacle. We may not all be together much longer, after all
By Richard Sherman
Behind the Face Mask
Doug Baldwin’s Diary of Super Bowl XLVIII
Doug Baldwin’s Diary of Super Bowl XLVIII
More than 111 million people watched, but only a few know what it feels like to have played in the big game. Seahawks wideout Doug Baldwin shares the experience, from the minute he woke up until he left MetLife as a champion
On Further Review
What About Russell?
The Tuesday Mailbag
The Seahawks' unflappable young quarterback got lost in the immediate aftermath of Super Bowl XLVIII, but he's a major reason Seattle's already talking repeat. Plus, readers weigh in on Peyton Manning, the referees and much more
By Peter King
Super Bowl 48
Richard Sherman Refuses to Go Quietly into the Night
Richard Sherman Refuses to Go Quietly into the Night
Though knocked out of Super Bowl XLVIII by an ankle injury, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman stayed up until the wee hours celebrating the season that was and the future that awaits him
By Robert Klemko