Richard Sherman took the podium after the Seattle Seahawks’ training camp practice on Monday. He spoke about fellow defensive backs Byron Maxwell, Tharold Simon and Jeron Johnson and how well they’ve looked in camp.
A reporter from the Denver Post was here today and asked about Sherman about his perception to how the league has responded to the makeup of the Seahawks defense. The Broncos, remember, dished out a lot of money toward strengthening their defense with the signings of safety T.J. Ward, linebacker DeMarcus Ware and cornerback Aquib Talib.
“But it’s tough to duplicate the mindset over here,” Sherman said. “We have very savvy veteran football players who understand the mental side of the game as well as the physical side. We study tape together, there is an element of discipline to our defense that you can’t duplicate.”
Sherman also briefly addressed Patrick Peterson’s 5-year, $70 million contract extension he signed with the Arizona Cardinals.
Here's the rest of what he had to say: