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When watching Richard Sherman's emotional outburst following the Seahawks' 23-17 victory over the 49ers in Sunday's NFC Championship Game, did anyone think to him or herself, "Gee, I wonder if anything like that would ever happen in baseball?" I'm guessing no, but there might have been a few baseball-starved fans who pondered the possibility. (Though I wonder if those truly yearning for baseball at this point were even watching football on Sunday. That could be a whole other post.)
I certainly wasn't, but mostly because Sherman's anger and outspokenness reminded me more of a pro wrestling interview than what we're accustomed to seeing in most sports, professional or amateur. Sherman could've been talking to the WWE's "Mean" Gene Okerlund or Tony Schiavone, rather than Fox Sports' Erin Andrews. (Incidentally, I did not know that Schiavone is now the play-by-play announcer for the Braves' Triple-A affiliate in Gwinne...
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Today the media attacked Richard Sherman because he called Michael Crabtree a mediocre wide receiver, after having to deal with trash talking from Crabtree. When Sherman sounded off about Crabtree, all the sudden he is a trash talker and garbage. Well today he showed class by apologizing, but not for what he said about Crabtree, […]The post Richard Sherman apologizes, but he...
Everyone has been talking about Richard Sherman’s post-game rant about 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree. The internet was on fire with memes, vines, and even parodies of Sherman.
Comedian Mike Epps even got in on the action with this Richard Sherman parody for “The Michael Epps Show”.
Post by Mike Epps.
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The last 36 hours of human life have been devoted to Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, a man whose post-game interview launched a debate about a black man’s right to be confident without being labeled a ‘thug’ and also about a billion memes.
Guess which one Conan tackled?
On Monday’s episode, Conan O’Brien discussed the value of sportsmanship and America’s...
Imagine this: you just had the single greatest moment of your professional life. You closed the biggest sale, you signed the biggest client, you bested your biggest competitor. A moment later, you go up to your competition to shake their hand, and they shove you in the face.
How would you feel?
When it happened to Richard Sherman on Sunday night he was understandably angry. When...
Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks has a new commercial for Beats by Dre. It doesn't look like Sherman's rant after the game vs. the 49ers will affect his marketing value. Although fans might despise Sherman for his so-called classless antics and rants, the sports media loves him because he makes their job easier since controversy sells.
The NFL Championship games are in the books and the only thing dominating sports media this Monday is Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman and his post game comments to Fox sideline reporter Erin Andrews. Well, get over it America. I support Sherman, and the media is blowing this ridiculous incident out of control because of a lackluster set of games on Sunday. Period.
For all the friendship between opponents after games, no one except Seahawks and their fans embrace the Seattle cornerback.
He plays an isolation position and seems to live the same way.
But don't mistake this man for Pacman Jones and the ‘scrip club' rain, or Hollywood Henderson, the old Cowboy linebacker who called Terry Bradshaw dumb before admitting he snorted...
Following last night’s post-game interview with Erin Andrews I felt like Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was a lock to make an appearance on WWE programming wither it is a Raw or even WrestleMania.
It looks like WWE is taking notice of Sherman’s WWE like post-game interview as they are asking their fans if Sherman would make a good WWE superstar.
Would NFC Champion Seattle...
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman on Monday apologized for his postgame tirade at the end of Sunday’s NFC Championship game.
The Seahawks won 23-17, with Sherman helping seal the victory in the final minute by breaking up a pass intended for Michael Crabtree that resulted in an interception by Malcolm Smith.
After the game, Fox’s Erin Andrews interviewed Sherman on the field...
It was clear Sunday night when Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree during a postgame interview that there was something going on beneath the surface — something reporter Erin Andrews and the fans watching weren’t privy to. The origin of the bad blood between the two players may finally have come to light.
Sherman has been...
Richard Sherman: "When you try me with a sorry receiver like [Michael] Crabtree...don't you ever talk about me!"Erin Andrews, "Who was talking about you?" [KSK]RS: "Crabtree..."**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
The Erin Andrews interview of Richard Sherman has been dissected, vivisected, analyzed, meta-analyzed and…well everyone has weighed in on it, and it’s been 36 hours, so no one cares any more at this point. But if there’s one point of view we actually do want to hear it’s from Erin Andrews herself. Well, she enjoyed it. Of course she did. And she should because it put Erin...
Everybody wants a piece of the Seattle Seahawks.
The Seahawks boasted the NFC’s best record this season and is headed to the Super Bowl for the first time in eight years, and the team’s meteoric rise under coach Pete Carroll has caused Seahawks memorabilia to fly off the shelves.
According to NFLShop.com data obtained by ESPN.com’s Darren Rovell, the Seahawks have three of...