What team is Richard Sherman on?
Sherman was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2011 and helped them win their first Super Bowl in 2014. He played with the San Francisco 49ers from 2018 to 2020. He is currently a free agent. NBC NewsNFL star Richard Sherman arrested on domestic violence charge
Did Richard Sherman get arrested?
NFL star Richard Sherman arrested in Seattle on domestic violence charge. Richard Sherman, the former Seattle Seahawks and San Fransisco 49ers star, was arrested in Redmond, Washington, after allegedly attempting to break into his in-laws' home, police said Wednesday. CBS NewsNFL star Richard Sherman arrested in Seattle on domestic violence charge
Who is Richard Sherman's wife?
Update: KIRO Radio 97.3 FM in Seattle released audio of the 911 call from a women, who claims to be Sherman's wife Ashley Moss. Moss told the Seattle Times on Wednesday that Richard is, "a good person and this is not his character." Sports IllustratedFormer Pac-12 CB Richard Sherman's Wife’s 911 Call Details Incident
Is Richard Sherman married?
In 2018, he married Ashley Moss. who famously helped Sherman negotiate his contract with the 49ers in 2018 when he became his own agent. Sherman and Moss have two kids together. Sherman grew up in Los Angeles and played college football at Stanford under former 49ers coaches Jim Harbaugh and Vic Fangio. Sports IllustratedRichard Sherman Released from Jail, Charged with Misdemeanors
Audio of the 911 call, believed to be made by Sherman's wife, Ashley Moss, was obtained by ABC News and ESPN early Thursday.
The caller described Sherman as being "drunk and belligerent" and said he was "threatening to kill himself." The caller, who identified herself at one point as "Ashley Sherman," also said Sherman was "being aggressive," wrestled with her uncle and "sent text messages to people saying he's going to hang himself."
The caller can be heard attempting to prevent Sherman from leaving the residence, saying, "Richard, please stop." She also told the 911 dispatcher that Sherman drank two bottles of hard alcohol.
At one point during the call, the caller asked the dispatcher to tell police, "please don't shoot," and said Sherman told her he would fight police if they arrived.
In a subsequent 911 call, the caller said she thought Sherman was driving to her parents' home in Redmond, Washington, which is just under 30 miles away from the couple's home in Maple Valley.
Sherman is facing several charges after authorities said he crashed his SUV in a construction zone, tried to break into his in-laws' home and then fought with officers, who used a police dog to apprehend him. He was booked early Wednesday at the King County Correctional Facility in Seattle. Records state he was denied bail, but a spokesman for the Redmond Police Department told ESPN that is standard procedure for suspects of domestic violence until they can appear before a judge.
Sherman's hearing before the judge will not take place until Thursday afternoon. The judge will determine whether there was probable cause for an arrest and will set bail.
Moss told The Seattle Times on Wednesday that Sherman "didn't harm anybody."
"My kids were not harmed in the incident," Moss told the newspaper. "He's a good person, and this is not his character. We're doing all right, just trying to get him out. I want people to know no one was injured."
The burglary charge is a felony that includes a domestic violence component because it was at the home of relatives. Sherman did not enter the home and did not strike or try to hit any family members, authorities said. The malicious mischief charge is in relation to the damage he allegedly did to their front door.
Washington State Patrol received a separate 911 call at approximately 1:26 a.m. PT about a possibly impaired driver after Sherman allegedly drove his SUV into a closed construction zone. The call was made by a worker in the construction zone, state police Capt. Ron Mead said Wednesday, noting, "we're very fortunate there were no injuries."
Police responded and found the vehicle, which had "significant" damage on the driver's side as a result from contact with a barrier, in a nearby parking lot. They ran the plates on the vehicle and determined it was registered to Sherman.
In its efforts to find Sherman, the Washington State Patrol was alerted to the incident called into police in Redmond and went to that location and assisted in the arrest.
Officers and state troopers tried to calm the situation by developing a rapport with Sherman. One trooper told Sherman how, as a teenager, he worked as a valet and once parked Sherman's car.
Redmond Police Department Chief Darrell Lowe said the situation between Sherman and police turned after he was informed they had probable cause to place him under arrest. At that point, he began walking away rapidly and fought as police tried to take him into custody; a K-9 officer working as backup released the dog to subdue him. Sherman suffered minor cuts to his lower leg that were caused by the dog and was treated at a hospital before being taken to jail.
The Washington State Patrol received a blood search warrant and took a sample from Sherman, Mead said. Those results are still pending. Lowe said police could smell an "odor of intoxicant emitting from [Sherman's] breath."
The NFL said Wednesday that it "investigates any incident involving law enforcement and if there is a violation of the personal conduct policy, the player would be facing discipline."
Sherman also is a vice president of the NFL Players Association's executive committee.
"We were made aware of an arrest last night of one of our player leaders for an alleged domestic violence incident and have activated our domestic violence crisis protocol for the protection and support of everyone involved," the NFLPA said in a statement. "We will continue to monitor events closely as more facts are made available to us."
Sherman has been selected to five Pro Bowls and is a three-time first-team All-Pro in his 10 NFL seasons.
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Richard Sherman's wife Ashley Moss called 911 reporting her husband had drunk two bottles of liquor and was threatening to kill himself before his arrest for allegedly trying to break into relative's home after a hit and run.
The 911 call, obtained by KIRO, reveals the moments before the NFL free agent was arrested for domestic violence in the early hours of Wednesday morning - but has also sparked outrage from critics admonishing the 'combative' dispatcher.
'I need officers to my house now. My husband is drunk and belligerent and threatened to kill himself,' Ashley Moss said at the beginning of the call.
'Stop. Stop. What's the address?' the dispatcher says.
Richard Sherman's wife Ashley called 911 reporting her husband had drunk two bottles of liquor and was threatening to kill himself before his arrest
The recording also sparked outrage from critics admonishing the 'combative' dispatcher
Moss begins to answer when the dispatcher again tells her to stop talking.
'Are there any weapons?' the dispatcher says. 'Stop!'
'No there's no guns –,' Moss begins to say.
She is then cut off by the dispatcher again, who says: 'Listen to me!'
'I am saying there are no weapons, ma'am,' Moss retorts. 'There are no weapons.'
The dispatcher the says: 'You didn't let me finish. You need to stop interrupting me so I can the information I need to get officers expedited.'
'I need officers here now!' the distraught wife says in the recording.
The dispatcher then says: 'What's he doing that you think he's going to harm himself?'
'He's being aggressive. He has sent text messages,' Moss responds. She then seems to address her husband, telling him she took the keys out of his car.
She continued to the dispatcher: 'He's trying to leave now. He's being aggressive. He's wrestling with my uncle. He's threatening to kill himself. He has sent text messages to people saying that he's going to hang himself.'
'And he's saying that if police show up that – so please don't shoot is what I'm asking,' Moss adds to the dispatcher.
The dispatcher then asked Moss to clarify what Sherman had said he would do if police were to show up.
'He said that if police show up that he will try to fight the, So you need to understand that he is -,' Moss says.
The dispatcher then interrupts her again, asking: 'Has he been physical with anybody there? You said he has tried to fight your uncle?'
The dispatcher then asks: 'How has he been physical?'
Moss responds: 'He just tried to fight him.'
'Okay, trying to fight somebody and actually being physical is two different things,' the dispatcher responds.
The dispatcher then asks her again how Sherman had been physical.
'Richard, please stop!' Moss then says repeatedly.
Ricahrd Sherman has been denied bail in King County Washington
The dispatcher then asks Moss for details about the make and model of the car.
'It's just a black sedan, Mercedes SUV. He's not going to be able to get out of the gate. I cut it off,' Moss responds.
'What do you mean you cut it off?' the dispatcher asks.
'I cut the gate- we live behind- it's Richard Sherman. Like ma'am, this is a [expletive] emergency and I need officers here now,' Moss says.
The dispatcher then retorts: 'Listen to me! I am handling this! You need to stop telling me that.'
'He just got out the gate,' Moss says while the dispatcher speaks over her.
Later in a second part of the recording, the dispatcher asks Moss if she needs an ambulance.
'No, no. We don't need an ambulance,' Moss responds.
The dispatcher again asks if Sherman has any weapons or access to weapons.
The dispatcher then asks her how much Sherman had drank, and she responds, 'two bottles.' The dispatcher asks her: 'Two bottles of what?'
Someone else at the scene then tries to give information about Sherman being intoxicated.
'Just hard alcohol. He's intoxicated -,' the man says on the call.
'Okay, sir, I only need to talk to one person so put the phone down and let me talk to Ashley,' the dispatcher says.
Sherman was later apprehended with the help of the K-9 unit after allegedly being combative with officers who were called to the scene.
After being checked for injuries at a nearby hospital, he was booked at King County Correction Facility in Washington early Wednesday morning on a charge of 'Burglary Domestic Violence' and was denied bail, records show.
Former Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers star Richard Sherman was booked into a jail in Seattle on Wednesday morning, accused of 'Burglary Domestic Violence.' The 33-year-old is currently a free agent
It's not clear whose house Sherman was attempting to break into, but his abandoned car was discovered by police three miles from an address belonging to the parents of his wife, Ashley Moss, according to King County property records obtained by the Seattle Times. Speaking with the Seattle Times , Moss stressed that nobody was harmed in the incident. 'At this time we're going to make no statements, except he didn't harm anybody,' Moss told the paper. 'My kids were not harmed in the incident. He's a good person and this is not his character. We're doing all right, just trying to get him out. I want people to know no one was injured.'
The alleged domestic violence incident is being investigated as a felony. It wasn't immediately clear if Sherman had an attorney.
Police haven't identified the specific owner of the house Sherman was allegedly attempting to enter. However, his abandoned car was discovered by state police three miles from an address belonging to the parents of his wife, Ashley Moss, according to King County property records obtained by the Seattle Times.
Speaking with the Seattle Times, Moss stressed that nobody was harmed in the incident.
'At this time we're going to make no statements, except he didn't harm anybody,' Moss told the paper. 'My kids were not harmed in the incident. He's a good person and this is not his character. We're doing all right, just trying to get him out. I want people to know no one was injured.'
Washington State Police are investigating Sherman for an alleged hit-and-run and a suspected DUI, a department spokesman told DailyMail.com. He has not been charged in connection with the collision, but police did obtain a blood search warrant and are awaiting results on Sherman's blood-alcohol test.
Washington State Police first became aware of a situation with Sherman after receiving a report of a single-car collision around 1am, local time. A car registered to the All-Pro cornerback was found abandoned in a parking lot after it apparently struck a concrete barrier.
Around 1am, local time: Washington State Police first became aware of a situation with Sherman after receiving a report of a single-car collision. A car registered to the All-Pro cornerback is found abandoned in a parking lot after it apparently struck a concrete barrier. The car is discovered three miles from an address reportedly belonging to the parents of his wife.
At 1:49am: Redmond police receive a 911 call about an alleged burglary. Sherman is allegedly found attempting to force entry into an unidentified family member's home. After being combative with police, Sherman is apprehended with the help of a K-9 unit.
At 6:08am: Sherman is booked and denied bail.
State police then worked to obtain a blood search warrant to determine if Sherman was drunk at the time of the hit-and-run collision. After running the plates on the car, officers were ultimately put in touch with police in Redmond, Washington, where they helped local officers apprehend Sherman with the help of a K-9 unit.
Redmond Police Department have confirmed that Sherman was taken into custody after the 911 call.
Sherman was discovered outside the home when police arrived and initially fought with officers before being apprehended with the help of K-9 unit dogs. He was taken to a local hospital and cleared of any injuries.
The National Football League Players Association, the union that represents NFL players, said in a statement it was monitoring the situation.
'We were made aware of an arrest last night of one of our player leaders for an alleged domestic violence incident and have activated our domestic violence crisis protocol for the protection and support of everyone involved,' the statement said.
Moss gave birth to Sherman's first son four days after his Seahawks fell to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX in early 2015. The couple welcomed their second child in 2016 and were married in 2018.
In 2019, Sherman revealed that it was Moss who pushed for a $1 million Pro Bowl bonus as part of his three-year, $39 million deal with the San Francisco 49ers.
Sherman was ultimately named to his fifth Pro Bowl that season, and picked up the extra $1 million, thanks to Moss.
A Stanford graduate, Sherman became a Seattle favorite during his seven seasons with the Seahawks, which included a Super Bowl win after the 2014 season.
He left the Seahawks for the 49ers in 2018, and played in another Super Bowl in 2020, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Sherman is currently a free agent, having made $82 million over his 10-year career.
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16 July, 2021 - 02:11pm
In the call, which was 4 minutes in length, a woman who ID'ed herself as Sherman's wife told dispatch the NFL star was "drunk and belligerent and threatening to kill himself."
The woman was frantic -- breathing heavily and speaking quickly -- and was pleading for dispatch to send officers to her home in Washington right away.
"I need officers here now!" the woman can be heard saying on the call. "He's trying to leave now. In the house, he was being aggressive. He was wrestling with my uncle. He's threatening to kill himself. He has sent text messages to people saying he's going to hang himself."
"And, he's saying that if the police show up -- please don't shoot is what I'm asking."
The woman continued, "He said if the police show up, he'll try to fight them."
The woman then can be heard saying she was worried that Sherman was going to leave the home ... telling dispatch, "It's Richard Sherman! Like, ma'am, this is, like, a f***ing emergency! I need officers here now!"
It should be noted the 911 dispatcher appeared annoyed and frustrated multiple times with the woman on the call ... telling her at one point, "Listen to me! I'm handling this! You need to stop telling me that!"
The caller eventually told the 911 dispatcher that Sherman had drank 1 bottle of vodka and 1 bottle of Hennessey ... and was concerned for everyone's safety.
As we previously reported, Sherman was arrested a short time following the call ... after cops say he tried to break into his in-laws' home in Redmond, Wash.
Sherman, who was booked on a domestic violence burglary charge, is still behind bars ... being held without bail.
Fearless: Don’t blame head trauma for Richard Sherman’s meltdown; blame BLM and years of Marxist programming
16 July, 2021 - 02:11pm
Sherman spent most of Wednesday and half of today sobering up and stewing inside a Seattle-area correctional facility. Police arrested the free agent cornerback on suspicion of burglary domestic violence, suspicion of resisting arrest, and malicious mischief.
Police apprehended Sherman outside his in-laws' home. He allegedly tried to break down their front door. Emergency 911 calls from Sherman's wife, Ashley; her uncle; and a construction worker paint a chilling picture of a man out of control.
I suspect over the coming days, we will read and hear speculation that CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy – head trauma) played a role in the 11-year NFL vet's meltdown. Sherman is "one of the good ones, a real credit to his race," according to Joe Biden's America.
Sherman stands for all the right things. He believes that what happened to Rev. George Floyd Luther III on the holy day of May 25, 2020, is an accurate representation of how America treats its black citizens.
"When will the response be justice? Racism has been around forever and too many excuses have been made for it. If you are sitting by watching it and judging the reaction you are part of the problem with what is going on because you allow yourself to overlook the cause.
"My profession nor my education change the fact that I'm a black man in America and to that end I will continue to fight for equality for the people that are treated unjust in the country. And if that offends you or makes you uncomfortable then maybe we are starting to make progress."
Sherman, a multi-multimillionaire who began his journey poor in South Central Los Angeles, believes systemic racism defines his homeland far more than systemic freedom and opportunity. He is a high-profile ally in the great reset movement to dramatically change the way America and the world operate.
As best they can, corporate media will protect Sherman at all cost. At some point, the race card will likely be played in Sherman's defense.
Twitter's algorithms will promote an illogical what-about-this narrative:
"Why is the media acting like Sherman is Thad Wilson, I mean Chad Wilson, oops, I mean Chad Wheeler, or whatever his name is. You know, the white Seahawks offensive lineman who beat up his black girlfriend. The media ignored that whole thing. I mean, that's racism. Richard Sherman's wife said Richard didn't hurt nobody."
Richard Sherman is one of the most famous NFL players of all time. He's a Hall of Fame-caliber defensive back. He's charismatic and extroverted. His long dreadlocks give him a distinctive look. He's arguably one of the most easily identifiable professional athletes in America.
No one knows or cares about Chad Wheeler.
Sherman, with his play and his mouth, has demanded we take notice of him. In the coming days, it will be argued that all the attention is unfair. Already, ESPN is ignoring the details that damn Sherman.
Here's how the Worldwide Leader in Sports described Sherman's arrest:
A spokesman said "the situation between Sherman and police turned after he was informed they had probable cause to place him under arrest. At that point, he began to walk away and increased his pace, at which time the K-9 unit was deployed to aid in the arrest."
Police allege Sherman fought with them and that's why a dog was used. Anyone who has listened to the 911 calls from Sherman's wife would believe he fought with police. As of this morning, ESPN chose not to quote from Ashley Sherman's frantic 911 call.
ESPN also didn't quote from her uncle's 911 call. He said that Sherman threatened violence against his wife and cut her off in traffic.
I'm painting the picture that I have no sympathy for Sherman. I actually do. I'm not being sarcastic. He is a victim.
It's my opinion that Sherman is melting down from years of leftist programming. He was educated at Stanford University in Northern California. He spent the first seven years of his NFL career in Seattle, the home of Chaz, an Antifa stronghold. The last three years, he played in leftist Mecca San Francisco.
We think that millionaire athletes and celebrities are living a dream life. They're not, particularly in this day and age when they are required to promote an illogical racial narrative.
Athletes are pulled in a thousand directions. At age 20 and 21, they're tasked with being the primary providers and leaders for their immediate and extended families. They don't know who they can really trust. It's all very stressful.
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The 911 call was obtained by ESPN and ABC News and includes discussion of potential self-harm. Sherman was arrested on suspicion of "burglary domestic violence" in King County, Washington, but did not harm anyone in the incident, authorities said.
He was released without bail Thursday afternoon on one count each of criminal trespass with a domestic violence designation, malicious mischief, DUI and resisting arrest, all misdemeanors. He will not be prosecuted for "burglary domestic violence." He's scheduled to appear in a King County court for a hearing at 8:30 a.m. on Friday.
The 911 caller, who is believed to be Ashley Moss, Sherman's wife, asked for immediate assistance while her husband was "being aggressive, he has sent text messages ... he's trying to leave now in the house, he's being aggressive, he's wrestling with my uncle, he's threatening to kill himself, he has sent text messages to people saying he's going to hang himself."
She alerted authorities that if police show up, Sherman said he would try and fight them. She asked the dispatcher for officers to "please not shoot, is what I'm asking," and assured them there were no weapons.
Moss, who at one point identified herself as "Ashley Sherman," interrupted her conversation with the dispatcher a few times to speak with others in the home about where car keys were and to try to prevent Sherman from leaving, saying "Richard, please stop."
The caller told the dispatcher it was an emergency, and identified the man as Richard Sherman in telling her that she closed the gate so he couldn't leave. She said Sherman had two bottles of hard alcohol.
A follow-up call was made to 911 in which the caller said she believed Sherman was traveling to her parents' home 30 miles away in Redmond, per ESPN.
A separate 911 call by someone in the construction zone described a possibly impaired driver after Sherman allegedly drove his SUV into the closed zone, authorities said.
A Redmond Police spokesman clarified Wednesday that the suspicion of "domestic violence" is because the parties are related, and not because anyone was injured in the incident.
Authorities said he did not enter the home nor did he try to hit family members. A charge of malicious mischief is for damaging the front door.
Moss gave a short statement to the Seattle Times to say that her husband did not harm anyone.
“At this time we’re going to make no statements, except he didn’t harm anybody,” Moss said. “My kids were not harmed in the incident. He’s a good person and this is not his character. We’re doing all right, just trying to get him out. I want people to know no one was injured.”
The NFL Players Association also released a statement about the arrest.
Sherman's arrest early Wednesday was allegedly preceded by a one-car hit-and-run that is connected to Sherman. A separate 911 call by someone in the construction zone described a possibly impaired drive after Sherman allegedly drove his SUV into the closed zone, authorities said.
When officers arrived at the in-laws' home, Sherman was reportedly attempting to force entry, police said in a press conference late Wednesday. The Redmond police chief said the conversation began "amicable" as officers tried to calm the situation and develop a rapport with the former NFL star. But it turned confrontational when they said they had probable cause for an arrest.
Sherman, 33, reportedly fought with officers when he was told he'd be taken into custody, and a K9 team was deployed. He suffered minor cuts to his lower leg caused by the dog and was briefly treated at the hospital, per ESPN.
The former Seattle Seahawks star spent the past three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. He is also a vice president for the NFLPA executive committee. Sherman is a five-time, first-team All-Pro corner over 10 NFL seasons.
49ers general manager John Lynch was asked about Sherman on Thursday, and offered his former cornerback and his family his support any way possible.
“Obviously not the news you want to hear, surprised certainly,” Lynch said, via USA Today. “Obviously reached out to the family – to Richard, to Ashley – just let them know that we want to be a resource for them. We do for all our players, both current and former.
“More than anything, just praying for them. They’re good people, and just praying that they find their way through this, and we’ll support them any way we can.”
On Wednesday, NFL free agent Richard Sherman was arrested after reportedly breaking into a family member’s home and scuffling with police before being taken into custody.
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