But who would offer Seattle anything of value-let alone the second- or third-round draft choice the Seahawks now don't have in April's draft, or a starting player, or both-for a 29-year-old cornerback coming off a season-ending Achilles tear then surgery on the other ankle? "That's how we built this thing; that's how we're going to continue to build it". "We love it in Seattle, and we've create a high standard there". "There's some tough decisions here to get that done". I can see them going younger, with younger players. There is an out after the 2018 season, but he has a dead cap hit of about $5.2 million if he is released or traded.
The Seahawks did this on a more limited basis last offseason, very publicly floating Sherman as a potential trade target. "But no, we love we're were at and we're jacked about what's going on".
"(Our draftees) now are saying, 'Wow, I get to play with Kam Chancellor.' (No) you get to compete with Kam Chancellor. The city and the Northwest have embraced everything we want to do.
But any team trading for him would know that he has just one year left on his contract and would want a big deal in the season that he turns 30, all of which could mute the market a little bit. Seattle is expected to re-sign free agent Bradley McDougald, who can play either safety spot, and past year drafted safeties Delano Hill and Tedric Thompson, each of whom were intriguingly mentioned by Schneider on Friday.
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"I understood what was going on - it's natural (speculation), what happens at the end of every year", he said.
On the personal side, Schneider said there was nothing to the notion right after the season that he would bolt Seattle to fill the GM vacancy of his hometown team, the Green Bay Packers. "We love where we're at, and jacked about what's going on".
Bevell has yet to land a new job, but Cable quickly found work with the Raiders and Richard with the Cowboys.
"We are just constantly talking to people all the time", Schneider said. "Just seems like it's a young man's game".