Sherman injured his elbow during Seattle's 28-22 win over the Green Bay Packers after getting his left arm tangled trying to make a tackle in the fourth quarter. He was checked out by trainers on the sideline and could be seen holding his arm against his midsection while playing.
According to SI's Robert Klemko, X-rays on Sherman's elbow came back negative.
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Jermaine Kearse hauls in the winning touchdown in overtime as Tramon Williams defends.
On each of the other four times Kearse had been targeted in the game, the Seahawks lost the ball via an interception.
Kearse 35-yard scoring reception sends the Seahawks back to the Super Bowl for a second consecutive season.
Kearse has now scored a touchdown in four consecutive playoff games.
The improbable Seattle victory sparked a wild celebration among players and fans alike.
Of all the Packers miscues, the one that stood out the most was Brandon Bostick's failure to secure the ball on an onsides kick with Green Bay leading 19-14 with 2:09 remaining.
Bostick was supposed to block on the play but changed his mind when the ball came right at him.
After the ball bounced off Bostick's head, Chris Matthews recovered it. The Seahawks scored less than a minute later to take a 22-19 lead.
Russell Wilson was overcome with emotion after the amazing comeback victory.
Coach Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider have Seattle back in the Super Bowl, the first time a champion has made back-to-back appearance in 10 years.
The rollercoaster day of emotions was too much for some fans.
A third-round draft pick in 2012, Russell Wilson is headed to his second Super Bowl.
Russell Wilson was intercepted four times but made the big plays down the stretch when needed.
The Seahawks trailed 16-0 at one point but got on the board with a fake field goal and 19-yard Jon Ryan pass to Garry Gillliam, who scored with ease.
Marshawn Lynch ran the ball 25 times for 157 yards with one touchdown and had one reception for 26 yards.
Aaron Rodgers completed 19 of 34 passes for 178 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.
Richard Sherman injured his left arm while tackling James Starks on this play. He insists he'll play in the Super Bowl.
Randall Cobb led the Packers in receptions (7) and had 62 receiving yards. He also scored a touchdown that gave Green Bay a 13-0 lead.
Richard Sherman intercepts a pass intended for Davante Adams.
Sam Shields had one of the four interceptions for Green Bay.
Morgan Burnett and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix weren't alone in thinking the game was over after Burnett intercepted Russell Wilson with Green Bay leading 19-7 and 5:04 remaining.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had two interceptions, including this one after the ball bounced off Jermaine Kearse.
Eddie Lacy ran for 73 yards on 21 carries.
On a day when Sam Shields and the Packers created five Seattle turnovers, the effort wasn't enough as the Seahawks completed the third-biggest comeback in playoff history.
Russell Wilson completed 14 of 29 passes for 209 yards and ran the ball seven times for 25 yards, including a one-yard score to close the gap to 19-14.
Jordy Nelson had five catches for 71 yards.
- Molly Geary