Drew Storen Loves ‘Competitiveness’ of Stanford Buddy Richard Sherman

Posted: January 24, 2014 in Uncategorized


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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Richard Sherman continues to be the lead story approaching the end of Super Bowl media week, even trumping what could be Peyton Manning’s final chance at winning a second Lombardi Trophy.

Sherman’s brash post-game interview earned him equal parts praise and contempt from those who watched as he proclaimed himself to be the best corner in the game on live television – mere moments after tipping Colin Kaepernick’s last shot into the arms of teammate Malcolm Smith.

In the days since, Sherman has become a household name, and as a result, has had to answer questions from all angles, like how he feels about being called a “thug” after his iconic interview, a label he feels seems to be a more accepted form of the N-word.

Nationals pitcher Drew Storen has…

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