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Kansas City Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman has hung up his cleats for good, retiring from the NFL after a 10-year career.
On Friday, the Chiefs released a touching career tribute video to their social media channels celebrating some of the best moments from Sherman’s time in Kansas City. It covers everything from his first NFL touchdown against the Cleveland Browns back in 2013 all the way to his block during the “Run to Immortality” in Super Bowl LIV.
They even included the perfect audio clip, summing up Sherman’s time with the team.
“Going into my third year, I got a call saying I’d been traded to the Kansas City Chiefs,” Sherman said. “I was super excited. I couldn’t wait to come to the Chiefs and be in the midwest. And I love Arrowhead when they yell out, ‘Home of the Chiefs!’ in the anthem. It gets me fired up. I feel like this is where I belong my whole career.”
Sherman played the majority of his career with the Chiefs, finishing it out with back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, including a win in Super Bowl LIV. He also earned a Pro Bowl selection in 2018 and a second-team All-Pro selection in 2014. He saw plenty of success during his eight seasons in Kansas City and he’ll be missed by his teammates as well as the entirety of Chiefs Kingdom.