Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman finished Sunday’s game with one arm. Whether it’s one arm or two, he’ll be playing in two weeks.
After the thrilling, come-from-behind, back-and-forth overtime victory, Sherman told reporters, “I’ll 100 percent be able to play” in the Super Bowl.
Sherman injured his left arm while trying to tackle Packers running back James Starks in the fourth quarter of the NFC title game. Sherman finished the game with his forearm pressed against his midsection.
The Packers didn’t do much, if anything, to exploit Sherman’s one-armed status.