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Richard Sherman (Footballer) Biography, Age, Wife, College, Injury And Stats

Richard Sherman born Richard Kevin Sherman is an American football cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL).

Richard Sherman Biography

Richard Sherman born Richard Kevin Sherman is an American football cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL).

Richard Sherman Age

He was born on 30 March 1988 in Compton, California, United States. He is 30 years old as of 2018.

Richard Sherman Wife

He married his longtime girlfriend Ashley Moss. The couple got engaged in June 2015 and married on March 28, 2018.

Richard Sherman Kids | Richard Sherman Son

The couple has two children, their first son, Rayden Sherman born on February 5, 2015 and their second child, daughter Avery, on April 16, 2016.

Richard Sherman Height And Weight

Height‎: ‎6-3
Weight‎: ‎195

Richard Sherman photo

Richard Sherman Education | College | Degree

He studied and graduated at Dominguez High School in 2006. He then received an athletic scholarship in Stanford University, where he graduated in 2010.

Richard Sherman Draft | Richard Sherman Seattle Seahawks | Football

At high school, he was involved in football, track and field. In college, he played football for the Stanford Cardinal, he begun his career as a wide receiver before moving to cornerback as a junior.

The Seahawks drafted him in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Since joining the league, he has the most interceptions and defended passes of any active player. He has been selected four times to the Pro Bowl and voted All-Pro four times, and three times to the first team. In 2013, he led the NFL in interceptions, helping the Seahawks win their first Super Bowl.

Richard Sherman Stats

Tackles
Def Interceptions
Fumbles
Date
Week
Tm
Opp
Result
GS
Sk
Solo
Ast
Comb
TFL
QB Hits
Int
Yds
TD
PD
Fmb
FF
FR
Yds
TD
9/9/2018
1
SFO
@
MIN
L 16-24
*
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
16/9/2018
2
SFO
DET
W 30-27
*
0
2
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23/09/2018
3
SFO
@
KAN
L 27-38
*
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
07/10/2018
5
SFO
ARI
L 18-28
*
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15/10/2018
6
SFO
@
GNB
L 30-33
*
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28/10/2018
8
SFO
@
ARI
L 15-18
*
1
7
0
7
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
01/11/2018
9
SFO
OA

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Richard Sherman Injury

In 2016, he tore his hamstring in a match against the Green Bay Packers and never missed a game. He broke down in November 2017, when he tore his right Achilles. In september 2018, he strained his left calf during the first half of the 49ers’ with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Richard Sherman 49ers | Contract | Trade

A day after being released by the Seahawks on March 10, 2018, he agreed with the San Francisco 49ers to a three-year, $39 million contract.

Richard Sherman Salary

His three year contract with San Francisco 49ers is worth $39 million with incentives, and a $5 million signing bonus.

Richard Sherman Tom Brady

One-sided beef between Richard Sherman and Tom Brady begun on Oct. 14, 2012, when they met and began an east coast/west coast battle for the 2010s.

Richard Sherman House

Where Does Richard Sherman Live? . He bought a $2.3M Maple Valley Mansion. It is a 9,435-square-foot 4-BR mansion, it include an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, game room with a wet bar, billiards room, a personal beauty salon, basketball court, and two full kitchens.

Richard Sherman Super Bowl

In 2013, he lead the NFL in interceptions and helped the Seahawks win their first Super Bowl XLVIII, which was the third-largest margin of victory in the history of the Super Bowl.

Richard Sherman 40 Time

His 40 yard dash time is 4.56 seconds.

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Richard Sherman Quotes

  1. On the football field, you’re still going out to there to win. And if you’re not going out there to win, what are you going out there for?
  2. I’ve always been a square, a nerd. Kind of odd, kind of awkward. I still am to this day. People just think I’m a lot cooler ’cause I play football.
  3. To be painted a villain, you have to do something, I guess, evil or something heinous, and I don’t know if I fit that description.
  4. A lot of people are like, ‘Don’t read your news clippings.’ I read them every day. Anything negative somebody said about me, I find it and use it as fuel.
  5. I saw a hockey game where they threw the puck aside and just started fighting. I saw that, and I’m like, ‘So I’m the thug?’
  6. The playoffs, everybody gets a little frustrated. You lose, your season’s over.
  7. No matter who you are, no matter what you do, you’d like to witness history.
  8. Luckily, I was blessed to go to Stanford and a school that was primarily focused on academics, so it was a blessing.
  9. The goal has always been to stay in Seattle and continue to play for the Seahawks.
  10. You can know a person is a good person or a bad person by who they are, not by what they look like.
  11. There’s always been adversity, wherever I’ve gone.
  12. We’ve seen a lot of average college players turn into great NFL players. We’ve seen great college players turn into great NFL players.
  13. To be painted a villain, you have to do something, I guess, evil or something heinous, and I don’t know if I fit that description.

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Richard Sherman Interceptions

Richard Sherman Interview

Richard Sherman admits to being ‘vengeful’ in signing with 49ers after release by Seahawks.

Updated: March 12, 2018.

The reaction in Seattle, replete with the supposed torching of his No. 25 Seahawks jerseys, was enough to get Richard Sherman to open up about his motives for signing a three-year contract with the team’s hated rival.

“I’m vengeful that way . . . vengeful,” Sherman said in an interview with Peter King of the MMQB. “I love the [Seattle] fan base to death, and I loved playing there. It was such a great opportunity. I helped the organization get to a great place and stay there. But now it’s like I abandoned them. People are out there burning my jersey. Come on. I’m not the one who let me go. They let me go. I didn’t abandon anybody.”

He raises a fair point. The Seahawks released him and declined the opportunity to match the 49ers’ offer. Which means that the cornerback, who turns 30 on March 30 and is coming off Achilles’ surgery, will be extra motivated twice a year when the two teams meet, and by the fact that his three-year contract with the Niners is laden with incentives.

Sherman repeated his stance, tweeting: “Instead of getting upset with me for going to a new team, how about you get upset with the people who forced me to go? If one job fires you and another job offers you a great position, I highly doubt most people would go back to the old job for a lot less money.”

Sherman, who is from Los Angeles and attended Stanford, represented himself in negotiations.

“I don’t think any agent in the business could have done a better job of negotiating this contract,” Sherman told King. “As long as I’m content with what I’m making, nothing else matters to me.

“Once I make a Pro Bowl, $8 million the next year is guaranteed for me. It gives me the ability to control my destiny. The 49ers have skin in the game. I have skin in the game. In my former contract, no matter what I did this year, nothing would be guaranteed to me next year. I couldn’t feel secure in my contract. Now, if I play the way I know I’m capable of playing, I know I’m going to get paid.”

A four-time Pro Bowl selection, Sherman played in nine games last season, recording 35 tackles and two interceptions. As for that jersey burning (see it here, with NSFW language), it appears to have been fairly random, although it did gather a ton of attention.

Thus, two fan bases are making some heady changes. The 49ers and Seahawks have had a fierce, bitter rivalry, one that has led to police putting undercover officers in 49ers gear during games in Seattle.

Sherman might be changing jerseys, but history is history. John Lynch, the 49ers’ general manager, admitted to King that San Francisco “had something no other team could offer” to Sherman: “The ability to play Seattle twice a year.”

Source:washingtonpost.com

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