Richard Serman Gets Released by the Seattle Seahawks
Richard Serman Gets Released by the Seattle Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks Have Released Richard Sherman

The Legion of Boom is over.

The Seattle Seahawks released star cornerback Richard Sherman on Friday. ESPN's Adam Schefter broke the story:

 After the news came out, Sherman sent out a tweet showing off his stats:

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Sherman and the Seahawks have had a poor relationship for a while now. Last year, the Seahawks admitted that they were open to trading the star corner. Sherman, who is coming off an Achilles injury, still had one more year left on his four year $56 million contract.

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This is a true end of an era. Sherman, who was drafted by the team in 2011, was the anchor of the Legion of Boom, the tenacious defense that lead the Seahawks to a Super Bowl win in 2014.

The question remains: where will Sherman end up?

Source: ESPN