Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman finished the season on the injured reserve after rupturing his Achilles in the Seattle Seahawks’ Thursday night win over the Arizona Cardinals Week 10.

Sherman underwent surgery shortly after the Achilles injury and is now scheduled to go back under the knife . . . this time, on the opposite leg.

“He’s got another surgery coming up on his other leg to clean some stuff up, not the same Achilles surgery that he had but he will have a much lesser degree recovery in all, that would be a four to six week thing, he thinks,” coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday during his final press conference of the season. “But he’s going to take care of him and make sure that he’s right.”

Carroll said the second surgery involves bone spurs and “things like that” but didn’t give any other specifics except that it involved a “cleanup job” to repair what has been bothering Sherman throughout the year.

Sherman is expected to be out of his walking boot this week, and Carroll estimated the cornerback will have his second operation in the near future.

Not one to shy away from social media, Sherman went live from his hospital bed in November, so keep your eyes out for another video soon.