Seahawks Stack of Stuff: Injuries Will Require Surgery and a Proud New Papa
The Legion of Boom is going to see offseason surgery, and Richard Sherman's new son manageed to wait a few days after the Super Bowl to come into the world.
Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor will all undergo offseason surgery at undetermined times to repair injuries suffered during and at practice after the NFC championship game.
Thomas endured a dislocated shoulder and Sherman tore ligaments in his right elbow during the Seahawks' NFC championship win over Green Bay. Both played the entire game against the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX.
Chancellor suffered a deep bone bruise and what's now disclosed as a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee during practice on the Friday before the Super Bowl, but wore a brace and played every defensive snap.
Sherman welcomed his first child into the world Thursday morning when his girlfriend Ashley Moss gave birth to their son, Rayden.
The baby comes on Feb. 5, or 2/5, or better yet, Sherman's jersey number -- 25.