You mad, bro? Richard Sherman reportedly not talking to local Seattle media

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SEATTLE — Richard Sherman not talking?

Yeah, right.

FOX Sports’ Andy Nesbitt reported Monday night that Sherman is “giving the cold shoulder to the local Seattle media” after the Seattle Times published the address of Sherman’s new home in Maple Valley.

CBS Seattle first reported the story.

Sherman complained that, after the Seattle Times printed his address, he was being “bombarded” with fans coming to his house wanting autographs or just wanting to hang out. As a result, Sherman reportedly is boycotting the Seattle media.

It was pointed out, however, that property owners’ addresses in King County are available to the public.




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  • Michael

    So what if they're publically available. Posting it in the news/media is basically inviting people to go bother the guy. Giving out the address adds nothing to the story. It provides no benefit to the article. So why do it? He should be upset.

    Please, let's post the addresses of the Editor / Management of said publications / media outlets. See how it feels.

    • PNW Rider

      Look it up in the county auditors web site. Not only will it give you a street address but the value, the size of the house and lot, how many bedrooms and bathrooms, etc. So if you want it done look it up and do it yourself.

    • don

      Glad to hear that his privacy is now protected from local news media.. doesn't. Matter if it's a matter of public record. Shouldn't have reported it. People with common decency wouldn't be so dam rude. It's the idiots who don't have the capacity to know where to look it up To bad Mr. Sherman lives near double douches!

  • Kit

    Oops, are the visitors all young women? He should hire some security to turn visitors away and things should cool down after a while. Don't they have big gates and intercom systems to keep people out?

  • the World is Ending

    Yes the address is publicly available, however most people either won't take the time, make the effort, or don't know how to look up the information. I wonder what the reporter that wrote the story or the editor of the Seattle Times would do if someone published their home address?

  • Cupcake

    Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. Yes, it public information, but that doesn't mean that everybody has the right to have it. A person's home is their sanctuary – leave it that way. The media sometimes have a hard time with that fuzzy line called respect and common sense. Just because you're ambitious doesn't mean you have the right to destroy someone else's peace.

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