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An unidentified man in Seattle was killed during a shooting at a crowded club on Monday morning where several Seattle Seahawks were attending, according to police, via Greg Rosenthal of NFL.com. Carroll said players were in the club after the team's win Sunday night over, the San Francisco 49ers. "From what we know our guys were in a separate area and nobody was involved at all," Carroll said Monday. "It was an awful thing that happened."
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told the NFL Network that many of his players, including cornerback Richard Sherman, wanted to run up the score on the 49ers this past Sunday night and put up at least 50 points.
Carroll said Sherman was pleading with him.
“He wasn’t the only one,” Carroll said.
All the Seahawks needed to do was score another touchdown and go for a...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman spent Wednesday evening discussing how his Pro Bowl snub did not rattle him very much.
This is most likely because he knew good news was on the way on Thursday.
The defensive back was initially slapped with a four-game suspension for the alleged use of Adderall.
He promptly appealed and subsequently won his fight over the ban.
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.
Sherman posted ''I won,'' on his Twitter account Thursday morning, followed by teammates tweeting their congratulations. Sherman added, ''Thank you (at)nfl for upholding the...
We're not sure how he did it, or whether it's even true, but Seattle Seahawks cornerback is saying that he has won his appeal for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy:
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) December 27, 2012
I want to send a special Thank you to my lawyers Maurice Suh and Heather McPhee couldn't have done it without them
Fox News is reporting that several members of the Seattle Seahawks were at a suburban Seattle bar on Christmas Eve where a shooting took place. One person is dead and another man was wounded in the incident. The shooting took place at a popular location known as Munchbar at approximately 1a.m. Monday morning. Accounts suggest that approximately 600 patrons were celebrating the Seahawks...
RENTON, Wash. — Even when others were suggesting he drop his case and accept his punishment, Richard Sherman never strayed from his steadfast belief that his four-game suspension would be overturned.
As unlikely as it seemed, Sherman was right.
The Seattle Seahawks will now have one of the best young cornerbacks in the NFL available for the playoffs after Sherman won his appeal...
Richard Sherman has won his appeal of a four-game PED suspension. Sherman, originally suspended for Adderall, cited flaws with the collection of his specimen.
Sherman said that his urine was contaminated because the cup used to collect it was leaking. The collector then used a second cup.
Teammate Brandon Browner also tested positive for Adderall and will serve the final game of...
The Seattle Seahawks have been bubbling beneath the statistical surface all year long, waiting to explode. They've erupted like a long-dormant Mt. Rainier in recent days and grab the No. 1 spot in our Quality Stats Power Rankings entering Week 17.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman tweeted that he won his appeal of a four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. "I won," Sherman wrote Thursday at @RSherman_25. "Thank you @nfl for upholding the truth! To the 12s Thank you your faith is rewarded! Thank you lord" Sherman and fellow Seahawks cornerback...
After spending yesterday passive aggressively complaining on Twitter about being snubbed from the Pro Bowl, Richard Sherman finally has something to hang his hat on. He has officially won his appeal against the NFL’s claim of his use of performance enhancing drugs. Does anyone else think it’s strange he refers to Roger Goodell as “lord”?
Not to be pessimists, but we were...
Christmas week just keeps getting better for the Seattle Seahawks. Today, cornerback Richard Sherman announced he’d won his appeal of a four-game suspension related to performance enhancing drugs that would have kept him out of Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams, and, more importantly, the entire NFC playoffs. The league hadn’t yet announced the results before Sherman...
The loud mouth playmaker will play for the Seahawks into the playoffs.