Published: Wed, February 15, 2017
Markets | By Erika Turner

Seahawks warned, not punished regarding CB Richard Sherman

Seahawks warned, not punished regarding CB Richard Sherman

As expected, the Seattle Seahawks received a slap on the wrist from the National Football League office for mishandling their weekly injury report last season. That penalty was handed out last September. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after the season that Sherman had a torn MCL during the season, but he played and practiced through it.

An NFL ruling today should help give light on how they plan to proceed with their investigation into if the Pittsburgh Steelers did anything wrong in disclosing Le'Veon Bell's groin injury.

The NFL requires teams to reveal injuries in large part due to concerns about gambling and in an effort to be as transparent as possible to the public about which players will be available to play. "I don't even remember what game it was, it was somewhere in the middle ..."

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Indeed, Sherman didn't miss a game nor did he miss any meaningful snaps because of an injury. "He was okay, so I don't know, he never missed anything I guess is probably why (it wasn't reported)". Same with Russell [Wilson], he was fine about it. In Week 12, Sherman was listed with an ankle injury.

The New York Jets were fined $125,000 in 2009 for a violation regarding an injury to Brett Favre.

It's just odd that a team with so many violations over the last few seasons gets off with just a warning, especially after there was the report they could lose a second-round pick.

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