SEATTLE — Former Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers star Richard Sherman was set up for a prison in Seattle on Wednesday morning, blamed for “Robbery Domestic Violence.”
The King County Correctional Facility records Sherman as being reserved at 6:08 a.m. Online records say bail was denied, however it was improbable Sherman would have had a court appearance at this point.
The occurrence is being explored as a crime. It wasn’t promptly clear if Sherman had a lawyer and no different subtleties were quickly accessible.
The National Football League Players Association, the association that addresses NFL players, said in an explanation it was observing the circumstance.
“We were made mindful of a capture last evening of one of our player chiefs for a supposed aggressive behavior at home episode and have actuated our aggressive behavior at home emergency convention for the security and backing of everybody included,” the assertion said.
Sherman become a Seattle sports legend during seven seasons with Seahawks. The cornerback was a star in their race to a 2014 Super Bowl triumph, making a game-saving play to divert a pass in the NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.
He left the Seahawks after the 2017 season and afterward played three seasons with San Francisco.
The 33-year-old is presently a free specialist.