Sherman had enough to say for everyone, including a thought about the media responsibilities of his less than loquacious teammate in a league that demands its players be accountable but is often not accountable itself
A few Seahawks players showed off their salsa moves break during Super Bowl Media Day
“People hate us because, you know, when you talk a lot of smack, people usually hate you,” said Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett.
Players spoke about facing off against old friends, how this season feels different from the previous one, and what it feels like to be back at the Super Bowl
In an interview with ESPN, Browner talked about the toughness both Sherman and Thomas showed in the NFC championship game playing with injuries. Sherman suffered a sprained elbow, while Thomas suffered a separated shoulder.
Relishing no longer being in the “villain” role, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is painting his team’s Super Bowl opponent as occupying that position.
Seattle safety Earl Thomas (separated left shoulder) and cornerback Richard Sherman (left elbow) are damaged goods, suffering injuries in the NFC championship overtime victory against Green Bay. On Sunday, they showed little to no concern about how they will feel — and perform — against the New England Patriots.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman spoke about his interaction with Tom Brady in 2012, and how he’s grown since last year’s NFC Title game
The Seahawks defeated the Packers in overtime, 28-22
Will Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers dare throw a pass in the vicinity of Seattle’s Richard Sherman during Sunday’s NFC Championship Game? Rodgers purposely avoided the NFL’s best shut down corner in the opening week […]