Richard Sherman is the latest star to bring his talents to Tampa Bay.
The free agent cornerback has had an infammatory offseason, evidenced by his arrest and subsequent apology, but on Wednesday he announced he was returning to the grill, joining Tampa Bay for the remainder of the 2021 season.
In Episode 1 of “The Richard Sherman Podcast,” “Richard Schefter” announced he was joining the Bucs and explained his decision to join Tampa Bay.
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I finally had enough conversations and decided I would play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Court! All the madness, and then all the hate, and then all the tweets because everyone’s angry, I didn’t go to their team – I’m sorry. I went with the best deal I had, the best opportunity to go out there and put on some good tapes, to lead another band. I feel comfortable and confident in my ability to go out there, execute and help this team win. … It was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up. I weighed all the options with my wife and family, and this is what we found.
Obviously, they’re coming out of a Super Bowl. They returned all of their entries. They have a great team of veterans. Tons of talent. Obviously, Tom Brady at the helm, you still have a chance. Grand Reception Corps – elite reception corps. A formidable front seven, grizzly, veteran and a very talented front end. It is an opportunity that I could not pass up. It’s a team that has proven itself. I just have to go and prove those old legs still have juice.
Among other things, Sherman said he felt like he was a good plan for the defense of Todd Bowles, who is heavier in blitz and cover men than the Cover Area 3 he played. in Seattle.
The veteran cornerback says Brady first reached out to check if he was fit, and they both thought it would be “cool” if they got the chance to play together. The stars aligned for the two sides to reunite, despite their history.
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Sherman said the 49ers have expressed interest in a meeting with Sherman Services this offseason, as well as the Panthers and Seahawks. Carolina traded cornerback CJ Henderson on Monday.
Tampa Bay seems to be repeating itself this season, and after a tough loss to the Rams, the NFC champion’s prospect, the addition of Sherman in high school can only help in the quest.
If that doesn’t work, then maybe the real Schefter needs to watch his back.
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