Sherman finished his first season in San Francisco with 37 tackles (30 solo), a sack and no interceptions. Sherman missed two games with a combination of minor injuries, but he finished the campaign with a clean bill of health coming off of an Achilles' tear that cut his 2017 season short and ultimately led to an abrupt departure from Seattle. The 30-year-old did not record an interception for the first time in his eight-year career, but that was due in large part to opposing offenses opting to throw away from the side of the field he lined up on. The veteran can no longer keep up with the Tyreek Hills of the world, but he proved that his technique and ability to lock down short and intermediate routes is as good as ever. Sherman will serve as the 49ers' top corner and vocal leader on defense heading into the 2019 season.
Sherman (calf) is active for Thursday's game against the Raiders. Sherman continues to nurse a lingering calf injury but will nonetheless draw the start at left cornerback during Thursday Night Football. The veteran will work to limit an Oakland passing attack that's led by Jordy Nelson and Brandon LaFell.
Sherman wrapped up seven tackles (all solo) and recorded a sack in Sunday's 18-15 loss to Arizona. Sherman looked healthy after missing Week 7's contest, leading the team in tackles and also chipping in his first sack of the season on a corner blitz. While this was a strong IDP performance, the veteran corner usually doesn't generate much statistically when he is on the field, as teams still feel reluctant throwing his way. The strong outing does bode well for Sherman's overall health heading into Thursday's matchup against the Raiders.
Sherman (calf) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Sherman missed last week's game against the Rams and was limited throughout practice this week, but appears to have gotten healthy enough to start against the Cardinals on Sunday. The veteran cornerback will attempt to shut down rookie quarterback Josh Rosen and Arizona's passing attack.
Sherman (calf), who is listed as questionable on the official injury report for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, is expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Sherman was a limited participant in Friday's practice. The veteran cornerback did not suit up for San Francisco's loss to the Rams in Week 7, but it sounds like he will play this time around. Still, check his status before kickoff.
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