NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reports the Seahawks have escaped with merely a warning for failing to list Richard Sherman's MCL issue on the injury report.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks won't be penalized heavily if at all for not reporting Richard Sherman's MCL injury.
Richard Sherman downplayed the severity of his MCL injury.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Seahawks could be docked a second-round pick for failing to disclose Richard Sherman's MCL injury.
Coach Pete Carroll said he had a "big meeting" with Richard Sherman after the season and discussed his numerous outbursts.
Speaking Monday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll revealed Richard Sherman played through a "significant" MCL injury in the second half of the season.
Richard Sherman got into a shouting match with OC Darrell Bevell in the third quarter of Thursday night's win over the Rams because the Seahawks called a pass play from the one-yard line.
Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (ankle) didn't practice on Wednesday.
Seahawks DC Kris Richard hinted Richard Sherman may not shadow Antonio Brown this week.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said LCB Richard Sherman will continue to see snaps in the slot.
Seahawks LCB Richard Sherman played 23 snaps off the left side in Sunday's loss to the Rams.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Richard Sherman (hip) could have played Friday night.
Richard Sherman (elbow) is participating fully in OTAs.
According to a study done by Football Perspective, Richard Sherman was the least targeted cornerback in the NFL last season.