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Richard Sherman & Girlfriend Ashley Moss Welcome Baby Boy Rayden!

Richard Sherman & Girlfriend Ashley Moss Welcome Baby Boy Rayden!

Richard Sherman‘s girlfriend Ashley Moss gave birth to their baby boy named Rayden, and the little one has perfect timing!

The 26-year-old football cornerback tweeted the news to his fans.

“My son sure does know how to make an entrance! 2/5/15… Is it a coincidence or is he just that clever?! Either way I’m ecstatic,” he wrote. Richard‘s jersey number for the Seattle Seahawks is #25.

The news of the little guy’s name came from a tweet from Peter King, a writer at Sport’s Illustrated.

Click inside for more congratulations from his teammates and the football world on Richard Sherman’s newborn son…

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  • j b

    They should have named the kid Loser like his dad.

  • mm366

    His father isn’t a loser by any stretch of the imagination and the only people who have a problem with him speaking his mind and the truth or those not comfortable with a black man having the nerve to speak his mind and the truth.
    FYI: Richard Sherman graduated with a 4.1 GPA from Stanford with a degree in communications and was highly recruited out of Dominguez High in Compton, Cal, where he had a 4.2 GPA but chose Stanford over nearby USC because he wanted to make a statement about the importance of education, becoming the first athlete from Compton to attend Stanford.

    “I’m from Compton, and it’s hard for people to understand that you can be an athlete and have high academic standards and achieve high academic things,” Sherman said. “And so I really wanted to make that know to people that you can go to Stanford from Compton.”

  • Sbell

    Here’s hoping Mom and Dad become Mr. and Mrs. Call me old fashioned.

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