March 09, 2018

Seahawks Release Richard Sherman: The Seattle Seahawks would rather have $11 million in salary cap space than another season of Richard Sherman. The four-time Pro Bowler missed the last seven games of the season with a ruptured Achilles and is about to turn 30. His release and the trade of defensive lineman Michael Bennett push the Legion of Boom further into history. Sherman has more interceptions and passes defended than anyone else since he entered the NFL as a fifth-rounder in 2011.

posted by rcade to football at 02:23 PM - 5 comments

Sad to note that his last game as a Seahawk was in a lime green jello suit on color rush night.

If his heels don't recover adequately, I don't see why he and Skip Bayless couldn't do a food-based travel show.

Another option would be for him to try his hand at fully shouted post-game TED Talks.

posted by beaverboard at 03:38 PM on March 09

Now that Sherman's a Niner, he and and Crabtree don't have to holler at each other across the bay. Sherman can just hook around to the east side and they can carry the battle up and down the 880.

posted by beaverboard at 09:20 AM on March 11

Are you thinking of Talib or did Crabtree get crabby with every CB he faced?

posted by yerfatma at 07:07 PM on March 13

You don't remember this classic post-game moment, fatty? That was directed at Crabtree.

posted by NoMich at 07:36 PM on March 13

With Sherman it's all just constant noise and hard to remember specific incidents. He's an over-achiever who benefited greatly from the defensive scheme he played in and some truly spectacular players he played with.

posted by cixelsyd at 10:46 AM on March 14

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