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Richard Sherman

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  • Instead of handoff, Seahawks hand Super Bowl to Patriots

    Instead of handoff, Seahawks hand Super Bowl to Patriots
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — They stood three feet away from a legacy Sunday night, the Seahawks did, but to coach Pete Carroll it must have looked like three miles. They faced second-and-goal from the 1-yard line with 26 seconds left in Super Bowl XLIX...
  • Seahawks defense in conversation as one of NFL's best ever

    Seahawks defense in conversation as one of NFL's best ever
    PHOENIX — In the Valley of the Sun, which remained a rumor Saturday, people lined up to buy umbrellas and plastic ponchos. They laughed about packing shorts and sandals. For another overcast day leading to Super Bowl XLIX, the skies remained as...
  • In NFL address, Roger Goodell did little to lift his sagging image

    In NFL address, Roger Goodell did little to lift his sagging image
    PHOENIX — On the front page of Friday's Arizona Republic, a photo of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell showed Goodell in a shirt and slacks teaching proper tackling technique at a youth football skills clinic. Goodell assumed a noticeably less...
  • Hyde: Seattle is the hope, New England the Super Bowl pick

    Hyde: Seattle is the hope, New England the Super Bowl pick
    My heart says Seattle. My heartburn says New England. My heart says Seattle will win Sunday's Super Bowl, because it's fun and fresh and plays football with an old-fashioned snarl. My heartburn says New England, because it's bland and repressive and...
  • A Shaky Address By Commissioner Goodell

    A Shaky Address By Commissioner Goodell
    PHOENIX — Roger Goodell tried to walk the difficult line between humility and authority in his annual pre-Super Bowl press conference on Friday. Given the NFL commissioner's robotic nature, it's not surprising that he tripped over that line a number...
  • Ravens know they need a tight end, and they'll get one

    Ravens know they need a tight end, and they'll get one
    The Ravens are nearly a month into free agency and haven't signed a tight end, a position integral to their West Coast offense. But Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe says it is only a matter of time. It's not a matter of who, or even when. "Oh, Oz [general...
  • Instead Of Walking Away, Blount Now Facing Things Head On

    Instead Of Walking Away, Blount Now Facing Things Head On
    CHANDLER, Ariz. — LeGarrette Blount, built like a Mack truck and able to cut like a Ferrari, was talking about his feet the other morning. "I've always had nice feet," the Patriots' 250-pound running back said Wednesday during the Super Bowl media...
  • Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots

    Seahawks' defense simply too good to lose to Patriots
    As much as the game has changed, one constant in the NFL is the belief that great defense wins championships, and that is the major reason why the Seattle Seahawks will become the first team to win consecutive Super Bowl titles since the New England...
  • Deflategate: Was NFL Out To Sting Patriots?

    Deflategate: Was NFL Out To Sting Patriots?
    PHOENIX — The longer Deflategate dragged on the less it figured to be about the pressure inside a football and the more it figured to be about the pressure on the NFL to prove its own integrity. And, so it is has come to pass ... or run for that...
  • In fact, rather than theory, NFL season isn't playing out as expected

    In fact, rather than theory, NFL season isn't playing out as expected
    Remember back when we were young and naive about the NFL? Like, four weeks ago? The New Orleans Saints were Super Bowl-bound. Green Bay's Eddie Lacy was primed to win the rushing title. And Michael Sam was the biggest issue on the league's plate....
  • Friendly Fire: Browner Out To Smack Ex-Teammates In Seattle

    Friendly Fire: Browner Out To Smack Ex-Teammates In Seattle
    CHANDLER, Ariz. — Brandon Browner has a Legion of Boom tattoo on his arm. He calls it a tribute to his brothers. At the same time, the Patriots cornerback has no problem encouraging his teammates to break Richard Sherman's arm and Earl Thomas'...