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Super Bowl Champion Richard Sherman Arrested For DUI

TMZ.com Sunday, 25 February 2024
Richard Sherman -- the former cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks -- has been arrested for driving under the influence near Seattle. According to online records, Sherman was booked into King County Jail at 7:51 AM PT on Saturday for DUI. Washington…
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