His stint with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not last long but there was nothing left to prove when he played for the Super Bowl LV champions.
After all, he already has a Super Bowl ring from when he played with the Seattle Seahawks.
Aside from that, he is a three-time First-Team All-Pro and a two-time Second-Team All-Pro.
Sherman is also a five-time Pro Bowler and led the league in interceptions once.
His legacy will be honored forever, especially in Seattle, whenever the “Legion of Boom” is brought up.
He was the vocal leader of that elite secondary that shut down offenses with swagger and tenacity.
But knowing that his playing career might be over, he will be transitioning to the broadcast booth as part of Thursday Night Football.
5x Pro Bowler
Super Bowl XLVIII Champion.
— NFL On Prime Video (@NFLonPrime) June 14, 2022
Amazon Prime Video will deliver the coverage for the weekly game with the legendary Al Michaels as their play-by-play guy.
Joining him as the analyst is Kirk Herbstreit, who has done ESPN College Gameday.
Sherman is a fantastic addition to the team because he will never run out of words to say.
Some of his statements may cross the line, but most of them make sense.
His insights and his various perspectives of the game will make the broadcast more meaningful.
Amazon’s Deal With The NFL
Prime Video will start broadcasting NFL games in 2022, making it the first time games will be offered on a subscription service.
The league and the digital network agreed to an 11-year deal worth $1 billion per year.
Their first offering will be the Los Angeles Chargers facing division rivals Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2.
The success of this deal could lead to more partnerships with more over-the-top media services in the future.