March 4 (UPI) -- Kansas City Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday.
"Kansas City, thanks for all the memories," Sherman said in a video posted to Twitter. "It's been a great run: eight years, Super Bowls. But it's on to the next chapter."
The 32-year-old Sherman was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the fifth round of the 2011 draft out of the University of Connecticut. He spent his first two seasons with the Cardinals before being traded to the Chiefs in May 2013.
Sherman played eight seasons for the Chiefs, primarily on special teams. In 153 career games with the Cardinals and Chiefs, he notched 73 rushing yards and one touchdown. He added 66 receptions for 552 yards and four receiving scores.
Sherman was a Pro Bowl selection in the 2018 season.