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Sherman says he tore his Achilles

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Seattle Seahawks may have suffered a huge blow to its defense. Cornerback Richard Sherman may have suffered an Achilles injury against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football.

He was seen telling his teammates “tore my Achilles” on the sideline. He came into the game nursing an Achilles injury — but it appears to be far worse now.

Richard Sherman (Getty Images)

Richard Sherman (Getty Images)

If it is indeed an Achilles injury, Sherman will be forced to miss the rest of the season and could miss part of next season, as well.

The Seahawks are officially calling it a heel injury. Sherman did not practice at all this week leading up to the game, as he was dealing with an Achilles injury.

The 29-year-old, who had to deal with trade rumors earlier this season, is still considered one of the best corners in the NFL.

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