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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

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Sherman was given the game ball after a game early in the season and he actually took a bite out of it.

NEW YORK CITY - There is no doubt in anyone's mind that Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is one of the biggest trash talkers in professional football.

Even TNT color analyst Charles "Fat Mouth" Barkley, who was a big trash talker when he played in the NBA, stated that Sherm the Germ is an embarrassment to himself, his team, his handful of fans, and even to his dear old mama.

President Obama has said that if he did not know any better he would swear that the dreadlocked Sherman sneaked into America from some Eastern third world country.

Even The View's Whoopi Goldberg, who also wears her hair in dreadlocks like Sherman, said "Da brutha he needs ta be told dat he had better stop acting like some disgruntled piece of duck droppings fa shizzle ma nizzle uh huh."

And so for his ignorantly stupid bully boy antics Rich the Bitch has been named The Worst Role Model In The NFL by three of the nation's leading sports publications including Sports Balls Illustrated Magazine, Sporting Chance Magazine, and The Sports Bet Gazette Daily.

Late Breaking News: According to The Turnstile Review Richard Sherman has apologized for acting like an Appaloosa's ass, but as TR sportswriter Buckaroo Kazoo stated, "It be just a little bit too late bro."

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