Richard Sherman Net Worth
Richard Sherman net worth and salary: Richard Sherman is an American football cornerback playing for the Seattle Seahawks who has a net worth of $25 million. Richard Sherman was born in 1988 in Compton, California where he was a football and track star at Dominguez High School. Richard Sherman was also Salutatorian (ranked second academically) of his high school class. During his senior season in high school Richard Sherman had 1,030 all-purpose yards, and three punt returns for touchdowns. Richard Sherman played college football for the Stanford Cardinal, where he played wide receiver as a freshman and was named a Freshman All-American. Over the next two seasons Sherman caught 47 passes before a season ending knee injury in 2008. After his injury, Richard Sherman was moved to cornerback and made 112 tackles in his final two seasons at Stanford. Richard Sherman was also a track star at Stanford with a specialty in the long jump and triple jump. Richard Sherman won the California state title in the triple jump with a 15.44 meter jump. Richard Sherman was chosen 154th overall in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. In the 2013 NFC Championship game, Richard Sherman told Erin Andrews "I'm the best corner in the game! When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that's the result you gonna get."
In May 2014, Richard Sherman signed a four-year $56 million contract extension with the Seahawks. $40 million of the deal is guaranteed. The deal will pay him $1.4 million salary in 2014 then an average of $11.5 million per year through 2018. He has also signed a number of lucrative endorsement deals with companies like T-Mobile, Nike, Oberto, BODYARMOR, and Beats by Dre.
En mayo de 2014, Richard Sherman firmó un contrato de cuatro años $56 millones extensión de contrato con los Seahawks. $40 millones de la operación está garantizada. El acuerdo le pagará $1,400,000 salarial en 2014 y luego un promedio de 11,5 millón dólares por año hasta 2018. También ha firmado una serie de acuerdos de patrocinio lucrativos con empresas como T-Mobile, Nike, Oberto, BODYARMOR y Beats by Dre.