Media Day at the Super Bowl has morphed into quite the event. But it was something even more for Seattle Seahawks loudmouth defensive back Richard Sherman, who everybody attempted to get a quote out of today.
Sherman, for what it’s worth, was on his best behavior despite the baited attempts – even going as far to all but apologize to Michael Crabtree for the way he treated him after the conclusion of the NFC Championship.
It had to be somewhat of a nerve wracking day for Sherman, who’s likely glad it’s over.
For what it’s worth though, the Pro Bowl talent did tweet out a message after he left, suggesting it was a ‘blast’ and in addition posted a picture of what Media Day looked like from his vantage point.
Media Day was a blast! pic.twitter.com/5nNwtOQQmv
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) January 28, 2014
Pretty crazy, eh? I’m not a big fan of a cell phone camera jammed in my face, let alone 500 television cameras tracking your every move.
Sherman’s point of view picture comes from his podium where he took questions from antsy reporters for a few hours.
I’m uncomfortable just looking at that many cameras, let alone being in front of them.