That was quick.
Richard Sherman is still trolling Michael Crabtree.
This guilt-by-association narrative surrounding DeSean Jackson is ridiculous.
Check out some of the best recent rants by coaches and players.
In no other work environment do we allow harassment like we do at sporting events.
When you win the Super Bowl, there isn’t much to complain about as far as overall team performance is concerned. But here is a look back at what the Seahawks excelled at and aspects of their game that they will need to tighten up next season.
Seattle’s relentless, physical defense left Denver helpless.
The details behind how each team will attack the other in the Super Bowl.
There’s a reason so many are overlooking Russell Wilson leading up to the big game.
Seattle’s pass defense is no doubt stout, but can the Broncos find space?
Richard Sherman provides insightful answers, no matter the question.
Here are just a few of the bad “news” pieces we’re going to be subjected to for the next few days.
The Seattle Seahawks are talking the talk, but will they walk the walk in Super Bowl XLVIII? From Richard Sherman’s rant to Walter Thurmond saying Wes Welker’s hit on Aquib Talib was uncalled for, it’s all building for an exciting game.
In the days since his rant, Sherman has moonwalked from his outburst. Well, kinda. He didn’t apologize for humiliating Michael Crabtree, but insisted he was sorry for deflecting from his team.
Rather than focusing on silly statistics like Denver’s 0-3 Super Bowl record when wearing their orange jerseys, this is going to be on legitimate game-changing X-Factors.
At least in this video, it’s not Sherman who comes off as the bad guy.
Sherman’s intelligence frightens people. The one thing we’ve traditionally had over athletes is that, despite their talent and money and celebrity, we would always be allowed to feel smarter than them.
The wait ended up being worth it, after all.
The NFL is perhaps the most unpredictable of all sports leagues, and that plays out on nearly an every-week basis.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman won his appeal of a four-game suspension for use of performance enhancing substances on Thursday, making him eligible for the NFL playoffs.