An ankle sprain didn’t stop cornerback Richard Sherman from celebrating his team’s Super Bowl victory at Marquee last night. The nightclub in Chelsea also welcomed Seattle Seahawks safety Kameron Chancellor, wide receiver Percy Harvin and the game’s Most Valuable Player, Malcolm Smith.
The Seattle Seahawks captured their first Super Bowl since joining the National Football League in 1976 with a 43-8 rout of the Denver Broncos, the biggest margin of victory by an underdog in the game’s 48-year history.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will miss the National Football Conference championship game tomorrow because he hasn’t recovered from a concussion sustained against the New Orleans Saints a week ago.
Former Pro Bowl wide receivers Percy Harvin and Anquan Boldin are on the verge of switching teams as the National Football League’s free-agent signing period begins today with fellow wideouts Mike Wallace, Greg Jennings and Wes Welker among the top players on the market.
The Seattle Seahawks lead the Denver Broncos 36-8 entering the final quarter at the Super Bowl, after their defense forced three turnovers in stopping the National Football League’s top-ranked offense.