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Seahawks' Sherman 'bombarded' after home address published

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Cornerback Richard Sherman signed a four-year, $57.4 million extension in May with the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks.

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman isn’t too happy with the Seattle Times after the media outlet published his new home address — which formerly belonged to Clippers guard Jamal Crawford — and said he is now “being bombarded with fans hanging out around his house wanting autographs — or wanting to just hang out,” CBS Seattle reported.

As the report points out, the home address of property owners’ in the county where the house is located is available to the public.  Sherman, who purchased the home for $2.3 million, announced in May he had signed a four-year, $57.4 million extension with the Seahawks.

According to CBS Seattle, the attention to his home has become so intense that Sherman has refused to give interviews to the local press.


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