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Sherman isn't a team player?
Thu Aug 22, 2019 9:49 pm
  • That is what I heard a lot from Seahawks fans when he went to the 49ers, but he seems to be getting very excited for even the third string guys, jumping up and down and throwing high fives at people. Was he really a selfish, me-first guy in Seattle? Cause he definitely doesn't seem that way now.

    Maybe finally getting married changed him? :17:
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Thu Aug 22, 2019 10:22 pm
  • Never heard that. Sherm was always a huge cheerleader on the sidelines in pre season even when the scrubs were in.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Thu Aug 22, 2019 11:30 pm
  • Not sure where you're getting that. Sounds more like your own bias before he arrived in Santa Clara.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:15 am
  • Sherm was all about team and his issues at times was that he was upset because guys were about themselves, Percy Harvin a good example and the Cary Williams.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 12:29 am
  • Maulbert wrote:Not sure where you're getting that. Sounds more like your own bias before he arrived in Santa Clara.

    So much this. I remember when Sherm was public enemy number one when he was wearing a hawks uniform...

    Now that he’s wearing their colors they all of the sudden love him.

    How many though will admit they were wrong about him when he was playing in Seattle?

    Marvin and Katz are the only ones I’ve seen admit this.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 7:05 am
  • Sherm occasionally had some words about the coaching and front office, but was always there for his fellow players that I can recall. He had an ego, but it wasn't such that he'd deny support for his teammates. He was definitely passionate, which often gets misunderstood.

    Never heard him called a non team player.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:18 am
  • Yeah, Sherman was always cheering his teammates, coaching youngers guys up in practice.

    Hes anti authority, but at a peer level hes great.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:38 am
  • Sherman was a team player, a very good team player.

    Then for some reason he decided to turn his mouth inward towards his own coaches, Seattle media and teammates, instead of lashing outwards towards the national media and other team's players.

    THAT'S when everything changed and Sherman's days were numbered here. So yeah, he'll be a great teammate on the Niners.........until he gets frustrated with losing and the coaches not coaching how he thinks they should coach. Then you'll see what we saw, a malcontent disruption.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:56 am
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:Sherman was a team player, a very good team player.

    Then for some reason he decided to turn his mouth inward towards his own coaches, Seattle media and teammates, instead of lashing outwards towards the national media and other team's players.

    THAT'S when everything changed and Sherman's days were numbered here. So yeah, he'll be a great teammate on the Niners.........until he gets frustrated with losing and the coaches not coaching how he thinks they should coach. Then you'll see what we saw, a malcontent disruption.


    Maybe he's just grown up. You must admit he was a bit of a punk in his early days in Seattle. I still remember his holier than though speech to his teammates when they were busted for PEDs. His piss tested positive too, just got off on technicality.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:15 am
  • I found that Sherman was a consummate team player with regard to his teammates. I thought the only issue he had was when he felt certain players were held to a different standard due to their position, which isn’t an anti-team stance by most measurements.

    I think the biggest issue with Sherman was he was such a competitor he felt the potential greatness of that team was wasted. I think he had aspirations and expectations of that team winning multiple titles, and he struggled with the need to blame someone when it didn’t. He naturally turned to the coaching staff to vent his frustrations and cast blame. It wasn’t the best way to go about it, but being the fierce competitor that he is, it was the only way he knew how to process it. Untapped potential and “what should have been” are tough to reconcile for a lot of people.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:05 am
  • As far as we know, the only player who Sherman actively despised, and who he was not a good teammate to, was Russell Wilson. We also know that he let his frustration with SB 49 fester to the point that he became a cancer -- to the point where he was yelling at coaches on the sideline. While it's not at teammates, it affects teammates.

    That said, I wouldn't expect such frustration to carry over to SF. Sherman clearly needed a change of scenery to cope, and while I wish him zero success, it's only because he's on another team and nothing personal.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:05 am
  • Washington49er wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:Sherman was a team player, a very good team player.

    Then for some reason he decided to turn his mouth inward towards his own coaches, Seattle media and teammates, instead of lashing outwards towards the national media and other team's players.

    THAT'S when everything changed and Sherman's days were numbered here. So yeah, he'll be a great teammate on the Niners.........until he gets frustrated with losing and the coaches not coaching how he thinks they should coach. Then you'll see what we saw, a malcontent disruption.


    Maybe he's just grown up. You must admit he was a bit of a punk in his early days in Seattle. I still remember his holier than though speech to his teammates when they were busted for PEDs. His piss tested positive too, just got off on technicality.


    Maybe..........and yes I do think he was humbled a little when we cut him and he found out how he handled things here might not have been the best way to go about his discontent with Pete and the team's direction.

    I still love Sherm, he was a big reason we won a SB and helped put us on the map nationally with his brashness. But I also think he was a jackass and was a disruption to the team his last two years here.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:34 am
  • 5_Golden_Rings wrote:That is what I heard a lot from Seahawks fans when he went to the 49ers, but he seems to be getting very excited for even the third string guys, jumping up and down and throwing high fives at people. Was he really a selfish, me-first guy in Seattle? Cause he definitely doesn't seem that way now.

    Maybe finally getting married changed him? :17:


    Where the hell did you hear that? Except for perhaps his final season here, Sherman always put the team first. Always. I don't think many Seahawks fans would disagree with me.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 10:50 am
  • I'm not aware of any 49ers fans who ever criticized Sherman for being a bad teammate.

    9ers fans vitriol for Sherman was that he was a showboat, a loudmouth, and a punk. He didn't win "with class" and all that stuff.

    Some Seahawks fans definitely impugned him for being disloyal, only caring about himself, and being a bad teammate towards the end of his time in Seattle, though. After the Seahawks cut him and he signed with the 9ers and was critical of some of the things that went down in his time in Seattle, some Seahawks fans were particularly vitriolic about this stuff.

    FWIW, as a 9ers fan, if you go back through my post history here I don't think you'd be able to find me ever being critical of Sherman. If anything over the years I made a point to talk about how much I liked him and his game, because both of those things were true.

    I remember getting a lot of heat for saying I thought he was a perfect fit between ability and scheme but that I wasn't sure if he was a scheme-independent top player at his position in the way someone like JJ Watt was, but I *still* think that's true (although not top anymore), and still think that doesn't take anything away from him.

    As for Sherman and the 9ers, I also remember comparing him to a professional wrestler, and thinking it was annoying that people didn't get that he was putting on act and persona to elevate himself and his national profile. I also *still* think that's true of that time, and still only ever meant it as a compliment to him and how clever he is. :lol:
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 11:37 am
  • So what I recall from him leaving SEA and joining SF was that there were ALOT of Seahawks fans who were of the "good riddance" attitude toward him and said that he'd start blaming all his teammates when he made mistakes and that he was no longer a team guy. I am not attributing those comments to anyone in this thread, but I think that's what the OP was referring to.

    I can also admit that I hated Sherman. In a BIG way. Hated his loudmouth stance, hated his attitude, etc, etc. I was not a fan and on more than one occasion called him Dick Sherman.

    All that kinda changed tho long before he left Seattle. Why?

    1) The Niners sucked which kinda killed the rivalry. I didn't pay so much attention to what he said. I know some Seattle fans were keen on the win streak, but to be honest I didn't even realize it was happening because the Niners were losing to EVERYONE. LOL. Still wasn't a guy I liked, but I cared about the rivalry much less than I did before.

    2) I kinda stepped away a bit from posting on ANY NFL board (and I actually post much more here these days than on the Webzone) because I was much more concerned with politics. It that light, my views of the world were much more aligned with Richards which made it much harder to cast him as a villain in a black hat.

    I will never get used to seeing him in a Niner uniform, but so far he has been a HUGE positive on the team even at 70% of his previous capacity. We'll see how much closer he is this year to 100%.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 11:42 am
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:Sherman was a team player, a very good team player.

    Then for some reason he decided to turn his mouth inward towards his own coaches, Seattle media and teammates, instead of lashing outwards towards the national media and other team's players.

    THAT'S when everything changed and Sherman's days were numbered here. So yeah, he'll be a great teammate on the Niners.........until he gets frustrated with losing and the coaches not coaching how he thinks they should coach. Then you'll see what we saw, a malcontent disruption.


    ...and I think that right there is what the OP was referring to. Obviously, you guys have a much longer view of him as a player and teammate, so I'll defer to you guys on this one, but so far he's been great off the field in SF.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:20 pm
  • Sherm is still my favorite Seahawk. I didn't like how it ended here, and I respect my fellow Seahawks fans opinion that he became a "locker room cancer"... I wish Seattle could have kept him though. Seems like the team could really use that attitude that he brought.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 5:25 pm
  • TriCHawk wrote:Sherm is still my favorite Seahawk. I didn't like how it ended here, and I respect my fellow Seahawks fans opinion that he became a "locker room cancer"... I wish Seattle could have kept him though. Seems like the team could really use that attitude that he brought.


    I feel the same about both Sherm and Earl.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 7:58 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    Maulbert wrote:Not sure where you're getting that. Sounds more like your own bias before he arrived in Santa Clara.

    So much this. I remember when Sherm was public enemy number one when he was wearing a hawks uniform...

    Now that he’s wearing their colors they all of the sudden love him.

    How many though will admit they were wrong about him when he was playing in Seattle?

    Marvin and Katz are the only ones I’ve seen admit this.


    You'll have to include me as well.

    I resisted the Niners signing him but have grown to see a more balanced perspective on him. I like him now and I'm surprised I would like him.

    At the same time all the non-Seahawk, non-49er fans who hate him, I won't try to convince them otherwise except to say you have to have him on your team to understand.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:01 pm
  • Marvin49 wrote:So what I recall from him leaving SEA and joining SF was that there were ALOT of Seahawks fans who were of the "good riddance" attitude toward him and said that he'd start blaming all his teammates when he made mistakes and that he was no longer a team guy. I am not attributing those comments to anyone in this thread, but I think that's what the OP was referring to.

    I can also admit that I hated Sherman. In a BIG way. Hated his loudmouth stance, hated his attitude, etc, etc. I was not a fan and on more than one occasion called him Dick Sherman.

    All that kinda changed tho long before he left Seattle. Why?

    1) The Niners sucked which kinda killed the rivalry. I didn't pay so much attention to what he said. I know some Seattle fans were keen on the win streak, but to be honest I didn't even realize it was happening because the Niners were losing to EVERYONE. LOL. Still wasn't a guy I liked, but I cared about the rivalry much less than I did before.

    2) I kinda stepped away a bit from posting on ANY NFL board (and I actually post much more here these days than on the Webzone) because I was much more concerned with politics. It that light, my views of the world were much more aligned with Richards which made it much harder to cast him as a villain in a black hat.

    I will never get used to seeing him in a Niner uniform, but so far he has been a HUGE positive on the team even at 70% of his previous capacity. We'll see how much closer he is this year to 100%.


    I think an overlooked part of the whole Sherman being a prodigal son in Seattle is the fact that he hated Wilson and to an extent maybe Carroll too.

    As long as his relationship with Jimmy and Kyle are ok, I don't see it happening in SF.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Aug 23, 2019 8:03 pm
  • Sarlacc83 wrote:As far as we know, the only player who Sherman actively despised, and who he was not a good teammate to, was Russell Wilson. We also know that he let his frustration with SB 49 fester to the point that he became a cancer -- to the point where he was yelling at coaches on the sideline. While it's not at teammates, it affects teammates.

    That said, I wouldn't expect such frustration to carry over to SF. Sherman clearly needed a change of scenery to cope, and while I wish him zero success, it's only because he's on another team and nothing personal.


    Didn't see this post before my last post about Wilson.

    Yeah, Sherman went from ultimate Seahawk to the pariah. Only logical explanation is what you say.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Sat Aug 24, 2019 2:44 pm
  • Sherman was a critic of a couple of garbage coaches, who are now with Detroit and Oakland/Vegas. He was right on both counts that they were trash who cost him 1-2 championships, and, as he likes to say, were "a waste of my time."
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Sat Aug 24, 2019 3:33 pm
  • Threedee wrote:Sherman was a critic of a couple of garbage coaches, who are now with Detroit and Oakland/Vegas. He was right on both counts that they were trash who cost him 1-2 championships, and, as he likes to say, were "a waste of my time."

    Agreed. He could have handled it a bit better, but I have no problem with him wanting to hold a couple of severely under performing coaches accountable. Players are held to be accountable, same standard should be held for the coaching staff.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Sun Aug 25, 2019 9:50 am
  • Sherman was always about elevating his teammates, and other players.

    Less about "the team," than about the players. And I don't mean that as a criticism. He was definitely a team player right up until, maybe, that final season.

    It always struck me that, if he were running to be the NFLPA representative, he would be acting exactly like he was.

    But it wasn't an act. It was legitimate and heart felt. I hope he remains active in representing the league's players after he retires. He has a heart and a knack for it.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:10 pm
  • His latest tweet defending Andrew Luck from those boos in Indy was very classy.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 10:25 am
  • Sherm was a great teammate in Seattle until he got to the point that HIS opinion of how to call plays became more important than the coaching staff. He became a PITA as a result and had to go.

    That's how I remember his time here.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 11:02 am
  • Agree with a lot of these posts - much like Marshawn he was loved by his teammates and was supportive of them. The problem was they didn't show the coaches the same respect (whether it was deserved or not can be debated).
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 11:12 am
  • He was past his hunger and not the player he was the first 5 years of his career, but obviously now that he has been blessed with the awesomeness of being a modern day Niner Sherman is an actual professional right?

    Heh.. I loved the way Sherm talked trash to and about the Niners.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 11:32 am
  • He spent a lot more time bad mouthing coaches and then Pete and Russ after the fact. And of course he's gonna' stick up for another Stanford alum. Plus, it's a great chance for him to tell us AGAIN that he's smarter than everyone because he went to Stanford :lol:

    Still one of my all time favorite Hawks, but he acted like a 5 year old after the fact.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 12:18 pm
  • I liked the way Sherman tackled and how he teamed with Bam-Bam and Earl. Not likely to be another crew assembled like that ever again but they were monsters for 3-4 years before injuries and drop in play came about. Sherman was kind of funny when the Real Rob Report was in its prime too. So glad the Andrews' interview happened against the Niners.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Tue Aug 27, 2019 12:25 pm
  • Only thing that would have been better is if it was Chewy (Pam Oliver) doing that interview. Can't stand that wench
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Wed Aug 28, 2019 11:04 am
  • The very thing that made him so great in Seattle, chip on his shoulder, fiery, opinionated etc, are the exactly the same thing that made the relationship go sour when things started to go bad or he wasn't in lock-step with the way thing were being run.

    Always thought his negativity towards Carroll at the end was biting the hand that feeds him. Yeah they waited till round 5, but it was still the Hawks and Carroll who took a change on him, let him be who he is those few years that built up Richard Sherman the player and Richard Sherman the brand. Absolutely the Hawks benefited from his play, but he benefitted from the Hawks too.

    And yeah he was always a great teammate in pre-season when he was out of the game cheering and pumping up other guys. I would take anything he says with a grain of salt though. I heard he said a few weeks back that this Niner secondary reminded him of the legion. Well I also remember him predicting Tharold Simon to become a future star.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Wed Aug 28, 2019 11:36 am
  • Pete has done nothing but stick up for his players. Including the guys like Sherm, Earl, Bennett etc. Kam seems to the only one of those 3 who hasn't had something stupid to say about Pete after they left.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Thu Sep 12, 2019 11:00 pm
  • I'm glad to hear the positive reports on Sherman as a 49er. I might be able now to root for him to do well against teams other than the Seahawks.

    Very smart guy, and while I can't blame him for his tantrums towards the Bevell/Cable coaching staff, he was indeed a cancer that last season with us. So many of the posts in this thread have really nailed it. Kinda rare to get that degree of consistency of agreement on anything these days.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Thu Sep 12, 2019 11:30 pm
  • SmokinHawk wrote:Where the hell did you hear that? Except for perhaps his final season here, Sherman always put the team first. Always. I don't think many Seahawks fans would disagree with me.

    We had a lot of whiny, salty twat-waffles around here when Sherman left. They also enjoyed rewriting history to support their salty narrative.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:00 am
  • I view Sherman this way. He is very passionate about the sport, winning, respect and pride. When a person is highly passionate they sometimes do and say things maybe that they might hold their tongue normally. I view him like all other men that get passionate. As a teammate so far he has been great. We will see as the years continue to go by. More importantly I can't wait to see that pick 6 he gets from Mr. Wilson :stirthepot:
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:14 am
  • Sherm was always bluntly spoken and willing to go against mainstream opinion if he felt it was right. He showed up at Reuben Foster's DV hearings in Santa Clara when that was not a popular cause at all. But he's evolved beyond the Erin Andrews interview (and subsequent "Love Letter to Pete Carroll" semi apology to being well-spoken Stanford all-pro Uncle Sherm around here.

    That resonates well with a cadre of Bay Area fans but honestly, they'd take the 2013 Sherm as well.
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:11 pm
  • Happy for Niner fans that they can celebrate with our has been a! Good for y’all
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Fri Sep 13, 2019 9:25 pm
  • ApnaHawk wrote:Happy for Niner fans that they can celebrate with our has been a! Good for y’all



    Thank you for the has been. We are happy to have him. And were also happy to have the practice squad QB and the has been CB that beat the mighty hawks last season. :stirthepot:
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Re: Sherman isn't a team player?
Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:38 pm
  • He also lost to the mighty Hawks...I see you forgot about that.
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