VIDEO: Richard Sherman remain calm and speechless after Russell Wilson pulled up on him face to face during football game KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, October 6, 2022

VIDEO: Richard Sherman remain calm and speechless after Russell Wilson pulled up on him face to face during football game

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Richard Sherman remain calm and speechless after Russell Wilson pulled up on him face to face during football game. (Read More Here).


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On those eight targets, Adams caught four passes for 46 yards and no touchdowns. Surtain broke up three passes and another fell incomplete.

“I think he did a really good job,” coach Nathaniel Hackett said earlier this week. “He was going against, arguably, one of the best in the business. He didn’t shy away from anything. I thought he competed all day and had a couple of pass breakups.

“It was great to see him step up to that and he was up for the challenge. He didn’t talk a lot, just went out there and play. I think that’s what makes him so great. Like we had talked about last week, he’s just a humble player and wants to go out and be great.”

After yet another impressive performance, Surtain again drew praise from former NFL cornerback Richard Sherman, who pointed out that the second-year cornerback is putting “clinical reps” on film against the NFL’s best receivers every week.

The NFL and NFL Players Association had hoped to announce the results of the Tua Tagovailoa concussion protocol investigation before the start of Thursday night’s game between the Colts and Broncos. That hasn’t happened.

As explained by Michael Smith during the Amazon pregame show, it hasn’t happened because the NFL and NFLPA don’t agree on what happened, or on what needs to be done.

Richard Sherman, who continues to be a member of the NFLPA Executive Committee after his retirement from the NFL, said that the union believes the concussion protocols were not followed after Tua struck his head during the Week Three game against the Bills.

The NFL apparently believes otherwise. Per Sherman, the NFL’s medical director, Allen Sills, says an “abundance of caution” was utilized. Said Sherman, “If an abundance of caution is putting him back in the ballgame, what does an aggressive approach look like?”

Sherman also reiterated something that was said during Sunday’s Football Night in America. The union wants the players to be treated like patients, not like football players who are intent on being cleared to play football as quickly a possible.

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