The Seattle Seahawks could soon be without cornerback Richard Sherman, who is facing a four-game suspension for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy. Sherman was set to appeal his suspension after being adamant that he has never used Adderall, which was rumored to be the trigger for his positive test.
The initial appeal for Sherman was delayed and it appears that Sherman’s appeal hearing, which was set for Friday, has once against been bumped back, per a source close to Yahoo! Sports.
Sherman has been unbelievable for the Seahawks this season and has been worthy of Pro Bowl consideration. If Sherman is unsuccessful with his appeal and has to serve his four game suspension, he will be ineligble to receive a Pro Bowl bid.
The former Stanford Cardinal and Senior Bowl standout will take his shutdown ability to the field in Toronto, when he faces off against Stevie Johnson and the Buffalo Bills.