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FB Anthony Sherman announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday.
Sherman calls it a career after 10 seasons in the NFL. He spent the majority of his career in Kansas City and retired with one Pro Bowl appearance and one Super Bowl ring. “Kansas City, thanks for all the memories,” said Sherman. “It’s been a great run. Eight years. Super Bowls. But it’s on to the next chapter.”
The Chiefs placed FB Anthony Sherman on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports that Sherman himself hasn't tested negative. By placing him on the reserve/COVID-19 list the Chiefs are just saying that he has been in contact with someone who tested positive. Hopefully the team doesn't announce any positive tests in the coming days. Kansas City is scheduled to play the Buffalo Bills on Monday night in Week 6.
FB Anthony Sherman has officially re-signed with the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2020 season.
Sherman was drafted by the Cardinals in 2011 out of UConn. He played two seasons in Arizona before joining the Chiefs in 2013. In his seven seasons with Kansas City, Sherman hasn’t missed a single game. He’s been a constant for what has been a very good run game in Kansas City for most of the last decade. He’ll be back with the defending Super Bowl Champions in 2020 to keep the ground game firing on all cylinders which will continue to open things up for QB Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs are bringing back almost every piece on offense, which is key to potentially repeating as champs in 2020.