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Larry Johnson mocks star CB with a witty’systematic racism’ post after Richard Sherman is arrested.

Since his arrest last week, football free agent cornerback Richard Sherman has received public support and offers of assistance from members of the NFL community.
Larry Johnson, a former standout running back, is not one of them.
Instead, he shared an old piece on his Instagram story with Sherman discussing’systemic racism.’
Sherman was a member of the “Phi Beta Sigma” fraternity, whose members promised fealty to a Greek goddess. Johnson insulted the Stanford graduate by reminding everyone that Sherman was a member of the “Phi Beta Sigma” fraternity, whose members pledged allegiance to a Greek goddess.
Larry Johnson’s Instagram Post Larry Johnson has a tumultuous social media career. The former Kansas City Chiefs star is no stranger to controversy on social media.
Since 2020, Johnson has been chastised for tweets that include Holocaust denial, Hitler support, antisemitism, and attribution of bogus Bible quotes to the Bible.
Johnson also tweets about conspiracy theories and celebrity involvement in them on a daily basis.
Since 2003, the 41-year-old has been detained several times.
Larry Johnson’s NFL career spanned nine seasons, with two Pro Bowl appearances.
In the 2003 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs selected him 27th overall.
In the 2005 and 2006 NFL seasons, he rushed for over 1,000 yards.
Before retiring in 2012, Johnson also played for the Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Football Team, and Miami Dolphins.
Sherman has apologized and is facing five charges.
This Friday, Richard Sherman pleaded not guilty to five misdemeanor charges.
In a statement, the 33-year-old claimed he was “truly apologetic for his actions” and promised to seek help for his mental and emotional health while he deals with personal issues.
Richard Sherman delivers his first statement following his arrest on allegations of ‘burglary domestic violence’ — Sportskeeda Pro Football (@SKProFootball) July 16, 2021 He’s not permitted to drink alcohol, use nonprescription drugs, own a weapon, or have contact with his father-in-law under the terms of his release from jail.
Sherman’s next court appearance is on August 13 at 8:45 a.m. for a pre-trial hearing.
Redmond, Washington’s King County District Courthouse
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