Monday, February 8, 2016

Everything you need to know about Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

On Sunday evening, the Seattle Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers to advance to this year's Super Bowl. But, before American even had the chance to process the fact that The Legalized Marijuana Bowl was going to actually happen, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman gave the best/worst post-game interview in the history of the sport and re-wrote the storylines for the two weeks leading up to the big game.

Everything you need to know about Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

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(Elaine Thompson/AP)
(Elaine Thompson/AP)

On Sunday evening, the Seattle Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers to advance to this year's Super Bowl. But, before American even had the chance to process the fact that The Legalized Marijuana Bowl was going to actually happen, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman gave the best/worst post-game interview in the history of the sport and re-wrote the storylines for the two weeks leading up to the big game.

Fox's Erin Andrews caught up with Sherman immediately after the game and asked him about the play that sealed the win for Seattle, in which Sherman batted down a Colin Kaepernick pass intended for Michael Crabtree. The play was tremendous, but will forever be over shadowed by this...

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So, as you prepare for two weeks worth of Peyton Manning "aw, shucks"-ing his way out of answering questions about the guy, here's everything you need to know about Richard Sherman.

 

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  • Sherman also made waves earlier in his career by taking aim at everyone's least favorite ESPN talking head, Skip Bayless.

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This is him getting punched in the face after playing the Redskins.

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