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Anthony Sherman retires

After 10 seasons in the NFL and eight seasons in Kansas City, FB Anthony Sherman announced his retirement from football on Twitter on Thursday.

Sherman was Arizona’s fifth-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, and was traded to Kansas City in 2013. In his eight seasons with the Chiefs, Sherman became a fan favorite known for putting in the dirty work.

While he rarely got the big numbers, Sherman did have some big moments, including a shovel-pass TD against Baltimore earlier this season and the sealing block on Damien Williams’ Super Bowl-clincher in Super Bowl LIV.

Sherman was a Second-team All-Pro in 2014, and a Pro-Bowler in 2018. Overall, Sherman recorded 625 yards from scrimmage and five touchdowns in his career.

Enjoy retirement, Sausage, you deserve it!

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