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Sherman (elbow) will avoid undergoing surgery and instead focus on rehab and treatment to repair his injury for the time being, FOX Sports reports.Sherman was anticipated to need Tommy John surgery to repair his injured left elbow; however, with Sherman's condition reportedly improving, there remains hope that he can avoid having such a procedure. Instead, Sherman will focus on rehab work and treatment to possibly bring his elbow back to health. While offseason surgery hasn't been completely ruled out, it appears the All Pro cornerback will avoid going under the knife for the time being.

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Sherman will need to undergo Tommy John surgery in the offseason.

While Tommy John surgery can sideline a pitcher for over a calender year, coach Pete Carroll indicated that he believes Sherman will be ready for the beginning of the 2015 season. Sherman initially injured his arm in the NFC Championship Game against the Packers, but played through the Super Bowl despite the ailment.

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Sherman played Sunday's Super Bowl with torn ligaments in his left elbow, and he may require Tommy John surgery in the offseason, ESPN.com reports.

Despite hurting his elbow during the NFC Championship Game, Sherman looked his usual self in the Super Bowl. Tommy John surgery typically sidelines pitchers for 12-to-18 months, but the recovery timetable would be shorter for an NFL cornerback. Sherman thus stands a reasonable chance to be ready for Week 1, even if he undergoes surgery.

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Sherman (elbow/personal) will play in Sunday's Super Bowl, Rachel Nichols of Turner Sports reports.

Sherman is dealing with an elbow injury suffered during the NFC Championship game, but on top of that, he's expecting the birth of his child in the near future. All seems quiet on that front, however, so look for one of the league's top cover corners to take the field in the biggest game of the season.

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Sherman (elbow) is officially probable for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Patriots.

Sherman was a full participant in practice Wednesday, as has been the case ever since the NFC Championship Game. Barring an unexpected occurrence, Sherman will almost certainly play in Sunday's Super Bowl.

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Sherman (elbow) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice, The Seattle Times reports.

Sherman has practiced fully every day since injuring his elbow in the NFC Championship Game, so expect to see him on the field in Sunday's Super Bowl.

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Sherman (elbow) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Sherman was clearly bothered by an elbow ailment in the second half of Sunday's NFC championship game against the Packers, but after undergoing an MRI on Monday, appears to be free of any serious injury. With the Super Bowl over a week away, Sherman doesn't appear to be in any danger of missing the contest.

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Sherman (elbow) is slated to undergo an MRI on Monday, ESPN.com reports.

Sherman, who was initially diagnosed with a sprained elbow during Seattle's 28-22 overtime win over the Packers on Sunday, said that he will be ready to play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 1. That said, we'd expect the cornerback's practice participation in advance of the contest to be impacted some.

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Sherman (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders.

Sherman got a rest day Thursday, but he'll be ready to go against rookie Derek Carr and the Raiders.

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Sherman (back) is probable for Sunday's game against Oakland.

Sherman's absence Thursday was evidently for rest purposes more than anything else, so he's ready to go for Sunday. Playing against a rookie quarterback (Derek Carr), this would seem to be one of his better on-paper bets to intercept a pass -- something he's yet to do in 2014.