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Draft Scout Richard Sherman News
11/23/16 - CB Richard Sherman did not practice due to an ankle injury.
11/10/16 - CB Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks was fined $9,115 by the NFL for his hit on Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter during Monday night's game. The altercation came after Sherman jumped offside prior to the snap on a field-goal attempt. Sherman received the hit to his wallet due to the predetermined schedule of penalties for on-field infractions. Sherman did not receive a penalty on the field, however, although NFL senior vice president of officiating tweeted during the game that he should have been flagged for unnecessary roughness for the hit that transpired after officials failed to stop the play.
11/08/16 - CB Richard Sherman was involved in a bizarre play at the end of the first half. He had jumped offside on a 54-yard field-goal attempt, crashed into and injured Dan Carpenter without drawing a flag.
"They didn't blow the whistle, so I played until the whistle was blown," Sherman said. "We've dealt with missed calls all year. That wouldn't have helped them anymore. They still would have kicked the field goal."
Sherman later had an interception in the end zone
10/26/16 - CB Richard Sherman did not practice on Wednesday. He was given an additional day of rest to recover from Sunday's game.
10/17/16 - CB Richard Sherman appeared to hold one of WR Julio Jones' arms down on Atlanta's last-gasp effort on fourth-and-10. There was no pass interference call.
Sherman didn't dismiss the possibility that he held Jones' arm on the play, but he wasn't showing any guilt after the Seahawks' third win in a row.
When asked about the final play, Sherman shrugged and said: "I thought there was interference on the offense a few times earlier in the game. ... I feel like we won the game."
"It was a missed call," Jones said after catching seven passes for 139 yards and a touchdown in the loss. "But it's over with. It's done. We'll move on."
Sherman had shadowed Jones for most of the afternoon but was covering an inside receiver when Jones scored on a 36-yard pass earlier in the game. Sherman had to be restrained from going after teammate Kelcie McCray on the sideline. Michael Bennett and Thomas were among the Seattle players trying to prevent Sherman from getting to McCray, who got beat by Jones on the touchdown.
Sherman dismissed the possibility that his sideline tantrum had anything to do with Seattle's defensive struggles in the second half. He said he snapped at McCray because he was frustrated with "miscommunication" that resulted in Jones being open for the long touchdown.
"I'm a ballplayer," Sherman said. "I play with passion, so that was nothing new."