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Richard Sherman's NFL Career By the Numbers

The San Francisco 49ers bolstered their secondary signing former rival cornerback Richard Sherman this past week. Sherman fills the 49ers void opposite Ahkello Witherspoon and adds veteran leadership to San Francisco's young defense. He also brings with him an impressive list of accomplishments since entering the NFL as a fifth-round pick out of Stanford in 2011.

Take a look at the cornerback's NFL resume by the numbers:

1 Super Bowl title.1 career sack against New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez in 2012.

2 career pick-sixes.

2 postseason interceptions.

3 time First Team All-Pro honors.

4 time Pro Bowler.

5th round pick (154th overall) in the 2011 NFL Draft.

5 career forced fumbles.

5 career fumble recoveries.

5 consecutive years Sherman has been named to the NFL's Top 100.

8 interceptions in 2013, leading the league.

12 career playoff appearances.

32 interceptions, which ranks first in the NFL among active players and are the most by any player since he entered the league in 2011.

47.4 completion percentage allowed since 2011, the best in the league among active players (Minimum 300 targets).

50.9 passer rating allowed since 2011 which ranks best in the league among active players (Minimum 300 targets).

104 career passes defended, the best in the league among active players.

105 games out of 112 played. Sherman missed the first game of his career in 2017 due to a season-ending Achilles injury.

377 career tackles.

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