The details surrounding NFL star Richard Sherman's arrest early Wednesday morning near Seattle are indeed disturbing, but not as disturbing as they could be since he is still alive to tell about it.
NFL player Richard Sherman has donated $27,000 to eliminate student lunch debt.
Sherman's comments on Wednesday are starkly different from previous comments he made in July 2016, when he doubled down on previous "all lives matter" comments in response to the rally cry, "Black Lives Matter."
Perhaps Richard Sherman (pictured center) won’t be able to call himself a consecutive Super Bowl winner. But he got another great title recently: Dad. RELATED: Should Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman Skip The Super Bowl For Son’s Birth? [VIDEO] The Seattle Seahawks cornerback’s girlfriend Ashley Moss gave birth to their first son early Thursday morning. Sherman […]
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch isn’t the only member of his team making headlines these days. The team’s star cornerback Richard Sherman is also making news, saying he is unsure what he will do if the birth of his son coincides with the Super Bowl, according to ESPN. RELATED: Seahawks Running Back Marshawn Lynch […]
No stranger to controversial statements, NBA Hall of Famer turned sports commentator, Charles Barkley, blamed stagnation in the Black community on “brainwashed” Black people too “unintelligent” to choose education over street credibility. RELATED: James Fortune: Grammy Nominated Gospel Singer Arrested For Aggravated Assault During an appearance on Philadelphia’s “Afternoons with Anthony Gargano and Rob Ellis” radio show, […]
Roland Martin sat down with NFL Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin and talked about the upcoming football season on “NewsOne Now.” Irving also weighs in on the controversy surrounding Cleveland Browns’ Johnny Manziel, Houston Texans’ Andre Johnson and Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman. Listen to their conversation below. Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST and watch at […]
First Lady Michelle Obama interviews NFL cornerback Richard Sherman in a new video promoting her Let’s Move! campaign. Sherman was visiting the White House with his team, the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks, earlier this week.During the video, Sherman demonstrates healthy cooking, and Obama jumps in as a sideline reporter, spoofing Sherman’s post-game rant that […]
Denver Broncos wide receiver Nathan Palmer and John Wooten, the head of the Fritz Pollard Alliance, joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to discuss the NFL’s new proposed penalty for use of the “n-word” by players. The panel talked about comments from athletes such as Charles Barkley and Richard Sherman, whose opinions on the proposed ban […]
The NFL Competition Committee has been engaged in talks since last Friday, discussing a variety of issues important to the league. One such matter is the proposed 15-yard penalty on players using the “N-word” on the field. Seattle Seahawks player Richard Sherman (pictured) is against the ban of the word, calling the potential rule “almost racist” […]
Richard Sherman, the Seattle Seahawks‘ superstar cornerback, is known for his brash trash talking but he showed us that he’s very skilled at subtle retorts of trolls who hit up his Twitter page. When user @SnBEternally told Sherman that he did nothing to help his team beat the Denver Broncos during the Super Bowl and […]
The Richard Sherman interview (or rant) that went viral is important for so many reasons. How simple 25-second sideline stand-up could evoke so many racial undertones is astonishing–even by 2014 standards–but proves that stereotypes are alive and well. But what should we do to change that? On “NewsOne Now,” panelists Clarence Page, Raynard Jackson, and […]
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