Richard Sherman

As a Black man, the wide receiver understands both sides because his father is a cop who explained to him how the protocol can vary from state to state.

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."

Following two more high-profile shootings of Black men over the past few days, Sherman declined to answer any questions at a press conference Wednesday, but did address the need for social change.

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:…

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…

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…

Richard Sherman once declared he’s greatest cornerback in the game, and now he’s claiming to be the best chef. The Seahawks star teamed up with…

From IAmBrianJames.com The talk of the internet this week has been Seattle Seahawks’ Cornerback Richard Sherman after his unforgettable post game interview. In the interview he went in on San Francisco 49ers Receiver Michael Crabtree. After all of the remarks and reactions from the world, Richard Sherman finally apologized after a long conversation with Head […]