STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -Stanford wide receiver Richard Sherman was reinstated to the team Tuesday after serving a one-game suspension because of poor sportsmanship on the sidelines during a game earlier this month.
Sherman was called for a personal foul during a 27-9 home loss to Washington on Nov. 3. Soon after, television cameras caught Sherman on the sidelines pointing and screaming, apparently at teammates, while special teams coach C.J. Durkin tried to quell the situation.
Sherman was suspended for last week's 33-17 loss to Washington State. After meeting with coach Jim Harbaugh on Monday and Tuesday, Sherman was reinstated to the team and could play again next week against Notre Dame.
``He'll be returning to practice today,'' Harbaugh said. ``What's required from Richard is no more or no less than anyone else on the team.''
Sherman leads Stanford with 38 receptions for 646 yards and four touchdowns.
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