Seahawks Have Reportedly Informed Richard Sherman He’ll Be Cut

And now, it appears it’ll only be a few more hours before the hammer drops.

An extremely talented secondary, the so-called Legion of Boom, is starting to lose some of the boom.

After a week of speculation and ​mom-generated Facebook posts, it’s been announced that Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman ​will be getting released by the Seahawks by end of day Friday.

It’s the end of an era for one of the best players in Seahawks history.

Selected by the Seahawks in the 2011 NFL Draft, Sherman has spent his entire career so far in Seattle. He’s a four-time Pro-Bowler, and helped guide the Seahawks to a Super Bowl win in 2014.

And if you test him with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, this is the result you’re gonna get.

Sherman’s season ended early last year after ​rupturing his achilles, but he’s expected to make a full recovery by the start of next season.

Even though he’s 30 years old, there are bound to be multiple teams that need secondary help and will be interested in Sherman’s services.

He had a great run with the Seahawks, but now Sherman will be looking to move to the next chapter in his football career.

And, much like his teammates, we wish him all the best.