Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was at the Harvard Business School this week along with some other NFL players to discuss entrepreneurship, leveraging fame into business success, and expectations of professional athletes as role models.
Sherman told the students and media that he doesn’t regret his the way he verbally went after Michael Crabtree after last season’s NFL title game.
“I don’t regret anything,” Sherman said, per Ben Volin of the Boston Globe. “People said I had no class. What is class in sports? What exactly is it? Do I say great game and go cookie cutter? No. I don’t think he played a great game. . . . If it was Larry [Fitzgerald], and the same situation happened, I wouldn’t have said a thing. Because I respect Larry.”