Follow-up is not a good thing, but it is always part of everyday life, especially when it comes to sports – especially when seasoned players are surprisingly dismissed and can not quite understand. This happens in the case of Richard Sherman. The star cornerback, who is now under contract with the Seattle Seahawks at the San Francisco 49ers, has such clear words for his former team.

Richard Sherman – a name that every NFL fan knows. The towering cornerback, which, like Darrelle Revis (including New York Jets, New England), dominated Secondary, was a member of the legendary “Legion of Boom”, the dreaded defensive composite of the Seattle Seahawks.

But a few days ago, the Hawks announced the farewell of the professionals, who had last failed long with an Achilles tendon rupture. Seven years of loyalty and the Super Bowl win against the Denver Broncos on February 2, 2014 (43: 8, Super Bowl XLVIII) ended suddenly and surprisingly – promptly leading the native Californian to an NFC West station to the San Francisco 49ers.

But the polarizing athlete, who has always been known for clear words, has not ticked off this chapter yet. On the contrary – it seems like he’s a little down in Seattle. As a guest in the “TomaHawk podcast”, which is operated by ex-Browns tackle Joe Thomas and ex-Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins, Sherman explained that even Seahawks coach Pete Carroll (66) is a guilty part in the farewell of the cornerback as well have the general change in the team.

“His philosophy is more suited to college,” according to the harsh words of the seasoned coach, who has been head of the Hawks since 2010, and who used to have ample college experience. “You get four years from him, then you rotate.” Merciless is the Art Carrolls – and his scam is outdated, outdated, obsolete.

I believe that they have strayed a bit from their own path.-Richard Sherman

Moreover, after all these years, every Seattle player would have heard Carroll’s motivational address as entertaining anecdotes, Sherman said. “We literally heard them all internally, we could recite them before they even started, and I think that was a factor.”

In addition, the 29-year-old emphasized that Seattle has taken a wrong turn when dealing with its players: “I think they have strayed a bit off their own path as we talk about how they see players and how they judge them Pillars of the team were valued less, one is more curious with regard to the younger players and the unknown. ”
There will be two reunions

Sounds like some frustration – and then that Sherman would like to stay with his fans, the “12”. He has always stressed that. But the farewell is certain, the star has left the Seahawks with a Vince Lombardi Trophy, four Pro Bowl entries and a total of 32 interceptions. The exciting thing is that he will meet his old colleagues twice in the upcoming regular season.


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