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Tuesdays with Richard on Thursdays
Welcome to Tuesdays with Richard on Thursdays, a new weekly multimedia series featuring Seahawks All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman. Throughout the 2016 season, Richard will provide a unique and intimate glance at his life behind-the-scenes and on the field, across articles, photos and videos.
Richard Sherman tackles a number of topics including the NFL and Earl Thomas.
Christmas is my favorite holiday. Family is in good spirits, good food, good smells. You watch a little Home Alone.
The whole idea of Thursday Night Football is terrible. It’s ludicrous. It’s hypocritical. It’s a poopfest.
In any era, I don’t know how you could stop both Cris Carter and Randy Moss on the same offense. But man, I would love to find out.
As part of a new series, Basement Tapes, Richard Sherman takes us back in time as he watches some of his old high school film.
Welcome to Teenage Job, a series in which athletes reminisce about their adventures in the labor force in the years before they made it big.
To push out the hate you have to teach our youth to value empathy and acceptance and inclusion. That’s how you’ll finally get rid of the racism and the ignoranc
I like the sound of Tuesdays with Bobby and Cliff on Thursdays. Sherm might not get his spot back.
If all you needed was speed to get open in the NFL, Bill Belichick would have been on the phone with Usain Bolt a long time ago.
If the NFL had its way, we would all be robots.
I wear my emotions on my sleeve. That’s just who I am.
In the NFL, winning has a lot more to do with survival than it does talent.
From Roger Goodell to OBJ to the Seahawks most underrated, Richard Sherman answers your questions.
In this installment of When I Knew, Richard Sherman remembers the moment when he knew he was more than just another football player.
As dedicated as we players are to this game, it's getting more and more difficult to ignore the fact that we don’t have a league that shows the same kind of ded
We’ve lost playoff games. Hell, we’ve lost a Super Bowl. So I’m not going to get all worked up about a six-point loss in Week 2.
In the first installment of First Step, Seahawks CB Richard Sherman takes action to improve lives and create a better future for kids in Seattle.
This week, Coach Carroll and I are going back to the L.A. Coliseum. This time, together, as Seahawks.
Mentally, I want to be one of the best to ever play this game.
PHOTOS: A lens into Richard's busy offseason work and play.
I don’t play football for the money. I’m playing to prove people wrong.
We live in a world where people want to pass judgment, because it makes them feel better.