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Richard Sherman

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  • Carroll says decision to play is Sherman's if baby arrives early

    Carroll says decision to play is Sherman's if baby arrives early
    PHOENIX (AP) — Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday it will be Richard Sherman's decision whether to play in Sunday's Super Bowl if his pregnant girlfriend goes into labor with the couple's first child sooner than expected. Carroll said...
  • 'SNL': Fiery critic rips Elvis, Beatles

    'SNL': Fiery critic rips Elvis, Beatles
    The best “Saturday Night Live” bit came late in “Weekend Update.” Nasty 1860s newspaper critic Jebidiah Atkinson (Taran Killam) returned and ripped the Grammys with a ferocity that would have pleased Joan Rivers. The fiery...
  • Dolphins better have more planned than Ndamukong Suh

    Dolphins better have more planned than Ndamukong Suh
    Ndamukong Suh is a great player in his prime. He's dominant! It's easy to argue that he's one of the NFL's top five defensive players (J.J. Watts, Darrelle Revis, Richard Sherman are in there), and possibly a top 10 NFL player (throw in the old QBs...
  • Seahawks' Season In Review: Defending Champs, Vulnerable At Times, Came Through When It Counted Most

    Seahawks' Season In Review: Defending Champs, Vulnerable At Times, Came Through When It Counted Most
    Seahawks 36, Packers 16 On a night that Seattle celebrated the first Super Bowl victory in franchise history, the Seahawks cruised to a win in what would end up being an NFC title game preview. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 110 yards and two touchdowns...
  • Patriots beat Seahawks for Tom Brady's 4th Super Bowl title

    Patriots beat Seahawks for Tom Brady's 4th Super Bowl title
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tom Brady grew up idolizing Joe Montana in San Mateo, Calif., with his father taking him to 49ers games as a young boy. There are photos of Brady dressed as Joe Cool as a kid, and as a 4-year-old, Brady was at Candlestick Park...
  • What's really a big deal at the Super Bowl?

    What's really a big deal at the Super Bowl?
    Who better to weigh in on all things Super Bowl than someone who's played in one? RedEye turned to former Bears fullback Jason McKie—who suited up in Super Bowl XLI—for insight on the big game. From borderline non-stories such as Marshawn...
  • Waterbury Native Patrick Graham Still Learning With Pats

    CHANDLER, Ariz. – A year out of Yale, Patrick Graham was working as a public relations consultant in Cincinnati when he heard about a coaching opportunity. Really, it was an opportunity to pursue a master's degree in business administration at...
  • Why you should root for the Seahawks

    Why you should root for the Seahawks
    "Deflategate." Though I hate ESPN's obsessive use of "[insert word]-gate" for any sports scandal, that word is all I need to say to convince anyone NOT to root for New England and cheer for Seattle instead on Sunday. I could drop the invisible mic, walk...
  • New England Patriots will steal Super Bowl XLIX

    New England Patriots will steal Super Bowl XLIX
    Football pumps will cringe in fear. Ragged hoodies will run and hide. "Cheaters" can start making plans for an Emmy. I hate writing this as much as I hate Tom Brady's smug grin under that silly ski cap, but I have no choice. Super Bowl XLIX —...
  • This Super Bowl has plenty of talking points

    This Super Bowl has plenty of talking points
    Maybe Marshawn Lynch got it right. Perhaps the stubbornly silent Seattle Seahawks running back, who donned sunglasses, pulled his ball cap low and frustrated reporters by saying next to nothing all week, actually made an astute statement about Sunday'...
  • Hyde5: Marino breaks down Super Bowl, Deflate-gate

    Hyde5: Marino breaks down Super Bowl, Deflate-gate
    1. What's a Super Bowl without Dan Marino breaking down the quarterbacks? It's good to get some good, hard, meat-and-potatoes X's and O's talk of the Super Bowl - with a little Deflate-gate thrown in. Marino appeared on radio from Phoenix with ESPN's Mike...