Richard Sherman blasts Roger Goodell’s new rule proposal

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell proposed new rules to add to the 2016 NFL season just a few weeks ago. One rule that has been getting a lot of flack is the one where a player would be ejected after two personal foul penalties in a game and it doesn’t seem like Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman is too happy about it.

He joined ESPN’s Sunday Conversation this morning and discussed playing with former running back Marshawn Lynch, saying that many in the league made him out to be a villain. He then criticized Goodell’s new rule saying that “it sounds like something somebody who’s never played the game would say.”

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Everyone knows that Sherman is not afraid to speak his voice. He also is very educated in the game of football and has a degree from Stanford, making it very easily to believe him about many things that go on in the league.

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